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Caring for you as you carry the miracle that is pregnancy. 

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Prenatal Chiropractic Care

Nurturing the nurturers through gentle, specific adjustment

that allow for a more comfortable experience for mother and baby.

Dr. Webster developed a technique to help laboring women with the ease of birth.

The Webster Technique

The purpose of every chiropractic adjustment we give is to address subluxation (joints that are misaligned or not moving well, causing stress in the nervous system). The factors that contribute to subluxation in pregnancy are unique and are best managed with specialized training - The Webster Technique.  

 

The Webster Technique is a specific chiropractic analysis and adjustment that reduces the effects of subluxation and/or SI joint dysfunction. This allows for improved movement of the joints and function of the nerves in the pelvis, which is why it is extremely beneficial to use during pregnancy.

Dr. Daniel and Dr. Josiah are both certified in the Webster Technique through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association.

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benefits of prenatal care

  • More comfortable pregnancy

  • Relief from pelvic and back pain

  • Improvement in pregnancy symptoms

  • Encourages optimal positioning of baby

  • Shorter and smoother labor

  • Better postpartum recovery

  • Who can benefit from chiropractic care?
    Chiropractors are "back doctors," right? So why would you see one if you have something going on in your hip, or head... shoulders, knees, toes...? Or what's the point if you feel great and have no pain? Or if you are a baby who was just born?? We do focus on the back, but that's because that's where your spine is. Your spine is such a vital part of your health because it is the protection for your spinal cord, an extension of your brain. Nerves branch off the spinal cord and pass through the vertebra in the spine on their way to connect your brain with every single part of your body. When a joint isn't moving well, it causes stress in the nervous system. That stress can cause pain, but even more than that, it compromises function. We refer to this situation as a "subluxation." Chiropractors locate the joints or areas that are causing stress or irritation to the nerves (subluxations), make specific adjustments to restore normal motion, and alleviate the stress so the brain and body can communicate clearly. When your brain and body can communicate, not only do you often feel better, but your body is able to function at a higher level! You'll hear people report chiropractic care helping with a variety of issues, because at the core it's not treating a specific condition, it's supporting your body to be able to optimally function. And that's something that's good for every body!
  • How many adjustments do I need?
    Wouldn't it be great if ONE adjustment could resolve all the issues you came in for? Unfortunately, that's about as likely as one salad negating years of fast food, or one workout cancelling out years of a sedentary lifestyle - that's just not how things work. But just like with healthy food choices and movement, the more consistent you are as time passes, the better changes you will see. We go over your health history, current lifestyle, and what we find during our exam process to determine the best plan for you to reach your goals. After you receive our recommendation, then the choice is yours how you would like to proceed.
  • What is subluxation?
    The driving force behind the chiropractic care we provide in our office is not a quick fix or even pain relief, it's addressing subluxation. Subluxations are areas where there's stress or tension in a joint (where bones come together) that causes interference in the communication between the brain and the rest of the body. When proper motion is returned to the joint from a specific chiropractic adjustment, that stress is removed allowing the brain and body to talk clearly, and function is improved! Improved function means you're better able to adapt to and enjoy the world around you. The focus is not on what is wrong with you, but rather supporting what is right.
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