Chiropractic care during pregnancy is becoming more popular. At Ryno Family Chiropractic we are Webster Certified by the International Chiropractic Pediatrics Association.
This means we are knowledgeable and equipped to see expecting mothers in our office. The Webster technique focuses on many different aspects of the body.
First, it is crucial that the nervous system is un-obstructed. This is accomplished by making sure that any spinal dysfunction/subluxation that is found is adjusted to optimize the function of the nervous system, that communication information super highway from you to your child.
Next the boney aspects including the joints will be checked in order to ensure proper mobility and alignment.
Lastly, the soft tissue structures will be addressed, such as the hip flexor muscles and round ligament to ensure there is less stress on the uterus allowing for the opportunity for proper fetal positioning.
Significance: Why is it important? How does it help? What are common services/next steps?
There are many changes that take place in the body when having to grow a child! With those changes there are many extra stresses present that the body has to deal with. Since the nervous system controls every one of these body functions it only makes sense to make sure there is no spinal dysfunction hindering the adaption of your body and communication to your baby.
Getting checked for spinal dysfunction/subluxation is a proactive step to ensure your body is functioning at its best during these 9 very important months of your life.
In order to get started under care it is recommended to do a complimentary consultation in order to make sure our office is the right fit for you and we are able to answer all the questions that you have.
From there, an initial visit can be set up which includes going over the history, a functional spinal scan, and functional exam. Following that we will give you our best recommendation for care and we can get started.
We look forward to hearing from you and hope to see you in the office soon.