Pregnancy can be a very exciting time in your life. However, being pregnant also comes with a variety of not-so-enjoyable symptoms. Among other things, many pregnant women experience lower back pain, sciatica, and other painful and limiting conditions which a prenatal chiropractor can treat. You may be hesitant to take regular medications for your pain, as you are sharing everything you ingest with your growing yet delicate little one. Chiropractic care can be a great alternative to relieve certain pregnancy symptoms with taking prescription or over-the-counter drugs.
All chiropractors learn how to perform adjustments on pregnant women in school and many chiropractic patients are pregnant women. For these reasons and more, you should not be concerned that chiropractic treatment will somehow hurt your child as we always take this into account.
Pregnancy can often cause you to have poorer posture than you would normally have as you must compensate for the extra weight in the front of you. This can result in a curved back and leave you feeling pain. Adjustments can help to straighten your back and improve your posture while pregnant, thereby alleviating pain.
Chiropractors can also help pregnant women in the following ways and more:
In addition, regular chiropractic adjustments can improve the overall nature of your nervous system. In many cases, having a healthy nervous system can lead to faster labor times and a smoother delivery.
If you are pregnant, it is important to know you have more options than to take medication or suffer the symptoms of pregnancy. Consider talking to a chiropractor about our many services.
Call Tampa Bay Spine and Injury Today for More Information
If you would like to learn more about the benefits of chiropractic treatment during your pregnancy, please do not hesitate to call Tampa Bay Spine & Injury. We can discuss your personal needs and develop a care plan aimed at relieving your pregnancy symptoms. Please call our office in Brandon at 813-381-3852 or in St. Petersburg at 727-898-3852 today.