Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic care is health maintenance of the spinal column, discs, related nerves and bone geometry. It involves adjusting misaligned joints of the body, especially of the spine, which reduces spinal nerve stress and therefore promotes health throughout the body.

In pregnancy chiropractic care can relieve back, neck or joint pain, reduce the time of labor and delivery and prevent a potential cesarean section.

Certified Webster practitioners are Doctors of Chiropractic who work specifically with your pelvis throughout pregnancy restoring a state of balance and creating an environment for an easier, safer delivery.

If the woman’s uterus is constrained as birth approaches, the baby is prevented from getting into the best possible position for birth. Even if the baby is in the desirable head down position, often time’s constraint to the uterus affects the baby’s head from moving into the ideal presentation for delivery. One of the most common constraint symptoms is a breech presentation in the expectant mother, which is almost always resolved by delivering the infant by Cesarean section.

In expectant mothers presenting breech, there has been a high reported success rate of the baby turning to the normal vertex or head down position by using the Webster Technique.

 

 

Dr. Randi Jaffe, Chiropractor

Specializing in the treatment of the pregnant patient, Dr. Jaffe offers gentle chiropractic care for the aches and pains of pregnancy. Certified in the Webster Technique for breech presentation. Also specializing in postnatal and pediatric care.

40 Park Avenue (at 36th Street)
New York, NY 10016
917-882-1035

Satellite Office:
Syosset, NY
917-882-1035

www.drrandijaffe.com

 

 

 

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