Breech Baby

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If a baby is known to be in the breech position, by adjusting a misaligned pelvis, which is essential in restoring proper nervous system communication and then helping to relax round ligaments that are tight, more room is often created in-utero.  With more room to move around, a baby has a greater opportunity to get into an ideal birth position. 

Dr. Stacey and Dr. Mike are both certified in The Webster Technique, a specific chiropractic analysis and adjustment for pregnant mothers.  When this technique is utilized consistently, it has been shown to be approximately 85% effective in helping a baby get into the best possible position for birth.  This is a gentle technique that respects what is happening in-utero.  It does not force anything that is not meant to happen and is safe to use throughout pregnancy.

Why Wait Until the Baby is Breech?

Several years ago, the pregnancy specialists within our profession had a light bulb moment.  Why wait until a baby is breech?  What if we could help to prevent a breech presentation from happening in the first place?  That is when the standard of care shifted, from a reactive stance to a proactive one.  

Adjusting a woman throughout her pregnancy helps to ensure this right from the start. So, whether you are looking for ways to support your body naturally throughout the pregnancy or if you have just been told that your baby is breech, we offer solutions that address both of these and are here to support you and your birth goals.