Posts Tagged "chiropractic"


What Does Chiropractic Care Have to Do With Postpartum Depression? We conducted an informal poll on our Facebook and Instagram social media pages asking veteran mamas what their advice for new breastfeeding mamas would be. A lot of the theme that was weaved throughout the conversation had to do with the mental health of the mom. As new moms we are bombarded with images of peaceful parenting, easy breezy breastfeeding, and...

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Why can an 11 year old not poop?


Posted By on Jul 23, 2018

An 11 year old recently came into the office with her Mom. In this little girl’s life, she has not been able to poop without taking medications or having lots of pain! Mom & Dad had every medical test run. Have seen countless specialists and no one could bring about a change. Surgery was looking to be the next option. Mom had a family member who kept mentioning Mama’s Chiropractic. Mom had tried everything else and as...

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You’ve just delivered a beautiful child and may be running into some issues that you didn’t expect. Especially as a first time parent, sometimes we don’t know what we don’t know, and get to ask our friends and family for advice. They may refer you to a pediatric chiropractor. For those newborns who have colic, are latching more easily to one side than another, excessively spitting up, not sleeping well, or...

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Where do I go from here?


Posted By on Oct 5, 2017

So, you have a newborn who is colicky, not sleeping well, not pooping easily, having a hard time latching and you are at your wits end to help your little one through this….. What do you do? I suggest coming to a Pediatric Chiropractor. Yes, a chiropractor! Our job is to ensure that the communication between the brain and body is fully flowing so as to enable our body to function as it was meant to. We get to the cause of what...

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Pregnancy with Scoliosis Rods

Pregnancy with Scoliosis Rods


Posted By on Mar 30, 2017

I’ve noticed the pregnancy with scoliosis cases are some of my best patients.  It’s a challenge for the mom for sure- baby is pushing unevenly on the ribs, the back hurts more because of the uneven loading.  My job is to help her body function the best it can during the pregnancy and labor, but the real opportunity is postpartum when the hormone relaxin is still in the system.  Relaxin allows the ligaments to be a little...

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