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Webster's Technique Certified Chiropractors in Hoschton, GA

What is Webster Technique?

Webster's technique is a specific chiropractic adjustment to help facilitate the mother’s pelvic alignment and nervous system function. This adjustment balances pelvic bones and ligaments to help reduce torsion to the uterus & to provide your growing baby more room.

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What are the benefits of Webster Technique? 

  1. Optimal Fetal Positioning: The Webster Technique aims to balance the pelvis and provide optimal alignment. By improving pelvic biomechanics, it may encourage the baby to assume the most favorable position for birth, such as head-down (vertex) presentation. This can reduce the likelihood of breech or posterior presentation, potentially easing the birthing process.

  2. Reduced Discomfort: Pregnancy often brings discomforts like back pain, pelvic pain, and round ligament pain. The Webster Technique can help alleviate these discomforts by addressing misalignments in the pelvis and reducing undue stress on the surrounding structures.

  3. Improved Pelvic Balance and Stability: Pregnancy can lead to ligament laxity and changes in pelvic alignment. The Webster Technique aims to restore balance and stability in the pelvic region, which can enhance overall biomechanics, reduce tension, and promote better posture.

  4. Enhanced Nervous System Function: Chiropractic adjustments, including the Webster Technique, focus on optimizing nervous system function. By aligning the spine and pelvis, it can help improve nervous system communication, potentially benefiting both the mother and the developing baby.

  5. Shorter Labor and Delivery Times: While the Webster Technique does not guarantee a specific outcome, it has been associated with positive birth experiences. By promoting proper pelvic alignment, it may contribute to an easier, more efficient labor and delivery process.

Both of our doctors are Webster certified through The International Chiropractic Pediatric Association's advanced classes on care in pregnancy.

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