Chiropractic care in pregnancy is vital to the normal physiological function of both the mother and baby throughout pregnancy and birth. This is why both doctors at North Point Chiropractic are certified in the well-known Webster Technique by the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association.
The Webster technique is a specific chiropractic analysis & adjustment that reduces nerve system stress, balances pelvic muscles and ligaments and optimizes the mother’s pelvic function in pregnancy and birth.
This technique specifically looks at the moms pelvis and sacrum. Misalignments to these bones can disrupt normal biomechanics of the joints and muscles, as well as put stress on the nerves supplying the uterus. Anatomy involved includes:
Our office will provide you with the highest quality chiropractic care in a caring supportive environment. Whether you are in the middle of health crisis from a new injury or a chronic condition, or you are ready to make the critical transition to a healthier lifestyle, our team will work with you to help you and your family reach your health goals.
People who are living to 100 or more, are one of the world’s fastest growing age groups. Chances are someone in your family, or someone you know, has lived to 80, 90 and above. The younger you are today, the more likely you will live to hit triple digits!
What is your longevity potential? Your M-PYR, pronounced “empire”, is an acronym for Minimum Potential Years Remaining and represents the minimum potential number of years that you have ahead of you based on your personal family history and current age. You can calculate your longevity potential by clicking here.
Our desire is that with this knowledge you will be empowered to change the way you approach your lifestyle. Will you embrace your 100year lifestyle? Or will you choose a 60 or 70 year lifestyle and suffer the consequences?
Well-informed birth professionals love to hear that their moms are receiving Webster Technique because it significantly reduces complications and labor time, and allows for a safer, easier birth for mom and baby.
To learn more about Prenatal care, Dystocia and the Three P’s click here