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Webster Technique

Webster Technique is applied for pregnant mothers who need help with uterine and pelvic alignment. It helps a woman’s womb and pelvis expand and grow during all stages of pregnancy. The technique is often sought out by women looking for assistance with in problems with fetal positioning.

The most common reason babies do not turn head down toward the end of gestation is intrauterine constraint, which is a misalignment in the pelvis or tightening of specific pelvic muscles and ligaments. This can prevent the baby from having space to move into the proper position. Chiropractic can help the uterus return to its proper alignment and shape.  The Webster Technique is a specific chiropractic analysis and adjustment method that balances pelvic muscles and ligaments.

Women who receive chiropractic care early in their pregnancy often avoid these problems. The doctors encourage women to begin chiropractic care as early as possible, in order to prevent problems in fetal positioning from occurring and to help make pregnancy, labor and delivery as easy as possible.