The Webster Technique is a specific chiropractic sacral analysis and diversified adjustment. The goal of the adjustment is to reduce the effects of sacral subluxation/ SI joint dysfunction.
Chiropractors offer spinal adjustments to help pregnant mothers maintain a healthy spine. The Webster technique helps deliver babies with more ease.
When a pregnant woman's pelvis is misaligned, the baby can get stuck and injure itself. This is called Fetal Distress. In order for you to have an easier delivery, your chiropractor will properly align your spine and pelvis using the Webster Technique to allow room for the baby to come down effortlessly.
This method also reduces the amount of discomfort you will feel when giving birth.
Chiropractors are primary care physicians who diagnose and treat problems concerning your spine and nervous system. They aim to help you achieve your maximum state of well-being in order to prevent disease and maintain optimal health throughout your lifetime.
A chiropractor will encourage all pregnant mothers to be careful with the way they adjust their own backs, as well as when others adjust them. It would help if you always had a trusted individual adjust your spine as opposed to adjusting yourself.
Most chiropractors are also trained in Hydrotherapy and other techniques for use during pregnancy.
Migraines, back and sciatic pain, pelvic misalignment which may cause an umbilical hernia or pubic symphysis dysfunction, carpal tunnel syndrome, postural defects, and many other problems can be treated with the prenatal technique.
Touch of Life Chiropractic in Shelby Township, MI specializes in the Webster Technique for Prenatal Care. We help mothers find relief from the aches and pains of childbearing and ensure the health and safety of both her and the baby when its time to give birth.
To know more, visit us at shelbytwpchiro.com!
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