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Monday thru Friday 9:00am-12:00pm & 2:00pm-6:00pm

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WOMEN'S NEEDS

Women have special needs, from menstruation to pregnancy to menopause.

Chiropractic care can help women deal with these life changes.

 
Mentrual Cramps:
During menses, women discover they not only experience cramping in the lower abdominal region but also lower back pain. Pressure on the nerves leading to the uterus can be relieved through specific spinal adjustments during this "time of the month", often diminishing or eliminating pain in both regions. In a study performed through the National College of Chiropractic, 88% of women receiving chiropractic adjustments (treatment) reported reduced pain during their menstrual periods compared to women not receiving Chiropractic care.

Therefore, by receiving chiropractic adjustments during the menstrual period, you can eliminate the need for many analgesics (i.e. Advil, Alleve) many of which have serious side effects.
 
Pre or Post-Natal Needs
 
Drs. Moffett and Lamb are certified in the 'Webster Technique' which, enables them to deal with complicated birth conditions such as breech presentation. Learn more about this technique.
 
Pregnancy:
During pregnancy, a women’s body experiences a period of rapid changes (shape, hormonal and loose ligaments). As a result, the body becomes stressed. Many women develop upper back pain, lower back pain and sciatica. Chiropractors have special tables which expand to allow pregnant women to lie on their stomach. The special tables in conjunction with specific methods geared to the pregnant woman, will allow safe and proper chiropractic treatment up to labor.
 
In a recent study 91% of pregnant women studied reported pain relief as a result of regular chiropractic care during their pregnancy. Through regular chiropractic care during pregnancy, women can benefit from proper nervous and body system function so important to fetus development. Specific chiropractic adjustments are now shown to be preventative measure and treatment for toxemia.
 
 
WEBSTER IN-UTERO CONSTRAINT TECHNIQUE
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