“When a woman receives adjustments during her pregnancy, there is also better delivery, less back pain, healthier children…”
Sir Jay Holder, M.D., D.C., Ph.D., of Miami, Florida
If you are pregnant and experiencing the effects of your changing body – whether these are manifested in a brand new set of aches or joint pain, general tiredness or sickness – you may benefit from the safe, natural care provided by a chiropractor.
You may be surprised to know that the many benefits of chiropractic care for you are also passed on to your growing baby. Pregnancy adds pressure to your skeletal structure in a variety of ways and your body undergoes significant change during the pregnancy and immediately after, with a variety of pregnancy-related issues affecting women differently.
Chiropractic treatment is often misunderstood – with many people believing it is only about helping improve a bad back. The team at Stafford Chiropractic Clinic has experience in treating all manner of conditions including easing the many different physical stresses of pregnancy.
Most importantly, Stafford Chiropractic Clinic will give you the time you need to benefit from their care. Each appointment will include hands-on treatment and face-to-face time to discuss any concerns you may have. All treatment is gentle, sensitively administered and non-invasive.
The team at the clinic believe that you should consider this your time and give yourself the opportunity to relax and enjoy knowing you are doing the very best for yourself and your baby.
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