Women go through several stages during pregnancy, each with significant emotional, physical and chemical stress on their bodies. While women experience these rapid changes, the developing child is also placed under tremendous stress, especially if the child is in a breech position. Breeching or intrauterine constraint occurs because of a subluxated pelvis, in which the pelvic bones are misaligned and prevents the unborn baby from dropping into position and causing uterine nerve interference, and the tightening and torsion of specific pelvic muscles and ligaments. By performing the Webster technique, which evaluates and adjusts the pregnant woman’s sacrum , the birthing process is easier for the mother and the child because the inter-uterine constraint is prevented or resolved. At Life Force Health Chiropractic , Dr. Peter has been performing the Webster technique with tremendous success and positive outcomes.
Wed, November 6, 2013
by Peter Sequinot