Did you know it's been estimated that over 85% of women experience back pain during pregnancy?
If that number caught you by surprise, here’s another question for you.
Did you know that as an expecting mother enters her second and third trimesters, their baby is pulling their center of gravity forward which causes the curve of their low back to increase?
Now that number is probably making more if not absolute sense.
We know that most expecting mothers will experience some level of increased stress on their low back, and that increased stress often leads to back aches and pain.
So, what pain relief options are available for treating these pregnancy related pains?
Read on (especially if you’ve been looking for a chiropractor who treats pregnancy back pain in St Charles, IL).Why it Matters:
We have one last question for you to bring this full circle.
Did you know that spinal adjustments are considered a highly safe, effective, and evidence-based option for the care of pregnancy related aches and pains?
Odds are you did, and that’s why you’re here - to learn how chiropractic can help with pregnancy pain.
We can confirm, you’ve come to the right place.
What’s more is that in addition to gentle and non-invasive adjustments, chiropractors have the know-how to provide personalized pregnancy stage and condition specific exercise and stretching recommendations to help mothers successfully manage their pain.
And get this.
A recent study found that patients who received care from their OB-GYN and chiropractor had greater reductions in pain and improved quality of life than those who only saw an OB-GYN.
Here are some key points to remember as you consider chiropractic care…
We’ve got one last key statistic to share regarding how chiropractic can help with pregnancy pain.
It’s estimated that nearly 90% of women report having a high level of satisfaction with chiropractic during pregnancy.
It's no wonder that chiropractic is one of the most popular healthcare choices for expecting moms!
So, if reducing your stress, staying physically active, and reducing aches and pains interests you or an expecting mother close to you, then you'll want to consider having a chiropractor as a part of your growing family’s birth team.
Our expert team is standing by, and we’d be honored to serve you.