Understand how Chiropractic makes pregnancy and delivery easier and helps with breech babies.
A review of statistics reported that women who seek Chiropractic care throughout pregnancy have a 25%-31% shorter labour time, and are less likely to need assisted instrumentation during delivery (forceps, vacuum, emergency c-section…).
The uterus is the “bag” in which the baby is going to form and develop. There are many ligaments that attach the uterus to the bones of the pelvis, holding the uterus in its correct position. During pregnancy the body goes through many rapid changes, and often women suffer distortions on the pelvis during the process. These small changes, which cannot be appreciated by the human eye, affect the tension on the ligaments. When the tension on these ligaments is uneven, they start pulling the uterus into a different position, changing the shape of the uterus and causes it to be smaller and tighter in one side, therefore the baby has less space to move around.
Intrauterine constraint is defined as any force external to the developing foetus that obstructs the normal movement of the foetus. Chiropractic corrects the potential causes of intrauterine constraint. This is a common cause for breech babies not being able to turn around, they simply don’t have enough space.
Overall, Chiropractic care during pregnancy can help to
Have an easier pregnancy and delivery
Ensure the baby has a large and symmetrical space to develop in
Reduce the pressure and stress on the back, and hips
Avoid or reduce sciatica
Reducing the risk of emergency caesarian
An increasing number of practitioners and obstetricians are realising the benefits of manual therapy for their pregnant patients, why not give it a go? If you think this could be relevant why not get in touch with our very own Diana https://costaspine.com/the-team/ to give you the once over and we can take care of you and your little one. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.costaspine.com You can also call or WhatsApp us on 622 851 648.
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