Most people will first seek out a chiropractor because of a specific condition, such as neck pain, back pain, or headaches. Although we see excellent results with these problems, most people notice change in their overall health while under care.
With the increased interest in natural birthing, a growing number of mothers have incorporated chiropractic into their prenatal care. As a mother’s weight increases, her center of gravity shifts outward and her postural compensation respond accordingly.
The earliest challenge a growing spine faces is the position it is forced to adopt in utero. If this position is less than optimal, it can result in a longer and more difficult trip through the birth canal, which can compound the spinal problems.