Chiropractic care is natural, safe and effective for the normal function of mothers and babies throughout pregnancy and birth. Many mothers and newborns are discovering the benefits of chiropractic care and recognise the value of the Webster technique.
The Webster technique is a specific chiropractic pelvis and sacrum analysis system and adjustments. The aims of the adjustments are to reduce the affects of the sacrum misalignments and improve the neuro, muscular and biomechanical function. Difficult labour (Pelvic dystocia) may develop as a result of inadequate uterine function, pelvic contraction and baby mal-presentation and correction of these pelvic misalignments may have a positive effect on these causes of dystocia.
Back and abdominal pain during pregnancy is common but there may be an answer - gentle Chiropractic care will help to prepare your body for its new state. During pregnancy, pelvic distortion or a rotated pelvis can cause tension and pain around the spine, pelvis and hips.
Chiropractic care and Webster are safe and effective for pregnancy  and can help your spine and pelvis to function properly without drugs or surgery for a more comfortable, safer and easier birth.
Dr Ari Mihailidis is certified in Webster technique and loves helping all patients including babies, and pregnant mothers and their families.
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