Your body goes through a seemingly endless number of physical, emotional, and chemical changes during pregnancy. With so much stress on the body, it’s easy to see why expectant mothers turn to Palmercare for relief from the most common symptoms of pregnancy, including:
We use specialized chiropractic adjustments that provide gentle, natural relief for pregnant patients. Two of the most common techniques we use are Webster’s technique and Logan’s technique.
Webster’s technique allows us to balance and relax the round ligaments and properly align the lumbo-pelvic region of the body. This results in a more comfortable pregnancy and birth experience.
We also use Logan’s technique to bring the body into alignment, but its more important function is to balance the nervous system. During pregnancy, swelling occurs because blood and nerve flow often shifts to the hands and feet. With Logan’s technique, we shift this flow back to where your baby is developing, in the core of your body.
During prenatal chiropractic visits, your chiropractor can also offer coaching to you and your partner, teaching you stretches, exercises, and positions that help your body remain strong and balanced as you progress through your pregnancy.
Here at Palmercare Chiropractic we do our best to not only get you healthy but keep you healthy! Chiropractic care is one of the most important aspects of healthcare in order to achieve optimal health. Chiropractic care is based off the concept of eliminating misalignment and nerve interference of the spine.
As a Chiropractors we focus and work on your nervous system removing subluxations, getting the nerves turned on and firing so your body is able to heal itself as it should and perform at optimal levels!
Chiropractic care is so much more than a quick fix for neck and back pain. Babies and children struggling with bedwetting, colic, ear infections, and feeding issues can find relief with chiropractic care too! Find out more about what we can do to help your little one by contacting Palmercare chiropracter today!