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Pregnancy

At first glance, most people don’t see the connection between chiropractic and pregnancy. Some might see it as back pain relief from the strain pf pregnancy. OK, but there is a far more important reason. Your health, when you are pregnant, is your baby’s health. You express your health through your spine and your nervous system. If there is interference, Vertebral Subluxation Complex (VSC), you will express less health.  

Labor and Deliveryreduced labor

Many rely on chiropractic care to help assure optimum biomechanics of the hips and spine,and, most importantly, an optimally functioning nervous system, in the hopes of reducing the need for interventions during the birth process. It is often reported that labor and delivery is shorter and easier for women under regular chiropractic care.

After Birth

You’ve been through a lot. Now comes the challenges of motherhood. You want to do your best, especially in the very beginning. That means regular chiropractic care.

You’ll want your baby to get checked for Vertebral Subluxation Complex (VSC) as soon as possible after birth. Why? While giving birth is no picnic for you, it is, generally, far more traumatic for your baby. Forces exerted upon your baby’s neck, during birth traumauncomplicated birth, can reach 140 pounds! Then there’s forceps, and vacuum extraction, which is far, far more traumatic. massive Vertebral Subluxation Complex (VSC) results.

Your baby is developing and growing at an incredible rate right after birth. You want him or her not only not to be sick, but to be all they can be. That means no interference to their nervous system, allowing a more full expression of genetic potential. Getting your baby checked and adjusted is the absolute best thing you can do for their health, present and future.


Frequently Asked Questions:

  • “Pregnancy is natural. Why would I need chiropractic care?”  Medicine sees pregnancy as a disease. Chiropractic does not. We seek to see that you are as healthy as possible through the whole process. Does that make sense?
  • “Will my OB-GYN approve?” Perhaps not. But so what? First, you don’t need anyone’s approval to seek a chiropractic opinion about health issues affecting you and your child! Secondly, your OB-GYN is NOT an expert on all things, especially all things natural, especially Chiropractic. Since the beginning of Chiropractic (1895), Medicine has been waging a war, sometimes quietly, sometimes not, against Chiropractic, and your right to choose it. Use your own judgment, please.