Chiropractic Care During Pregnancy
Becoming a mom is one of the most amazing times in a woman’s existence. From the moment you decide to become a mother, caring for yourself is of the utmost priority. Consider pregnancy Chiropractic Care to keep yourself as healthy as possible.
You are transforming moment to moment. Your body is creating a new life about to enter into the world!
The entire process of pregnancy should be fun and enjoyable. It should not be a time of suffering with pain and discomfort.
At Pea and the Pod Chiropractic, you will find that our Delaware chiropractors are specialized in pregnancy Chiropractic Care. Dr. Brenda is certified in the Webster Technique, a unique adjustment developed just for pregnant women.
Dr. Brenda Fairchild has also designed a custom one-of-a-kind table just for moms-to-be so that they are able to lay on their stomach.
“But won’t adjustments hurt my baby?”
In fact, the babies love when mom gets adjusted! They kick and move all over!
A baby that moves is a happy and strong baby. The Webster Technique is a specific and gentle adjustment of the pelvis, sacrum, lumbar spine and your body’s muscles and ligaments. This technique makes more room in the pelvis for baby to move, grow, and develop.
Sensitive joints caused by pregnancy? No Problem!
Due to the increase of the hormone Relaxin which loosens up your joints during pregnancy, a gentle touch is the best approach. You will notice that Dr. Brenda has a very gentle touch, making chiropractic adjustments comfortable every time.
Interested in how to maintain a healthy, “crunchy” lifestyle for you and for baby throughout your pregnancy?
Pick up a copy of Dr. Brenda’s latest book, The Crunchy Mom’s Hands On Guide To Pregnancy for information and tips on how to stay holistically healthy during your pregnancy.
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, call Pea and the Pod Chiropractic today at 302.455.PEAS (7327).
- Backache of Pregnancy
- Desire for Improved Posture
- Desire to Maintain Healthier Pregnancy
- Baby not in Optimal Position
- Getting body ready for VBAC (vaginal birth after caesarean)
- Nausea and Vomiting
- Neck Pain
- Desire to Reduce Labor and Delivery Time
- Hip Pain
- Pre-Term Labor
- Symphysis Pubis Pain
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Bell’s Palsy
- Desire to Reduce the Possibility of C-Section
- Desire to Decrease Dystocia (difficult birth)
- Desire to Enhance the Baby’s Health
- Meralgia Paresthetica (Pain and Numbness on the side of Thigh)
- High Blood Pressure
- Desire to Improve Diet and Nutrition
- Feet and Leg Pain
- Round Ligament Pain