Increased Ease, Strength, and Stability During Pregnancy, Delivery, and Recovery.

Meet Dr. Bree to find out how we can improve your pregnancy experience.

Superior Care with Webster Technique

Webster Technique is a specialized chiropractic protocol designed for pregnant women to improve blood flow throughout pregnancy, reduce interference and imbalance in the nervous system, and decrease stress hormones experienced by mom and baby.

Increased Ease in Pregnancy & Delivery

Regular massage and chiropractic care throughout pregnancy reduces the frequency of pregnancy-related pain problems. Maintaining a healthy range-of motion and function in the pelvis and surrounding ligaments improves both the carrying and delivery experience.

Postpartum Strength & Stability

Corrective Exercise plays a key role in the first year after pregnancy as focus shifts to strength and stability in recovery. Targeted exercises restore balance in hip and leg muscles, and strengthen back and shoulders to support holding and breastfeeding.

With Webster Technique, you can…

Find Balance

Sacral adjustment decreases strain in pelvic muscles and ligaments, decreasing torsion on the uterus.

Improve Function

A functioning nervous system and balanced pelvis allow the uterus and cervix to contract normally.

Reduce Stress

Excessive stress experienced during pregnancy can impact development in the womb.

Increase Blood Flow

Blood volume approximately doubles during pregnancy. Adjustment improves flow of all those excess fluids

Create Ideal Conditions

Balance in structure and soft tissue has been shown to increase potential for optimal fetal positioning.

Enhance Comfort

With reduced strain and interference, the body can better manage the changes required throughout pregnancy.

Pregnancy-related Problems Known to be Improved by Regular Adjustment

  • Low Back Pain
  • Mid Back Pain
  • Sciatic Pain
  • Groin Pain
  • Pubic Bone Pain
  • Headaches & Migraines
  • Numbness & Tingling
  • Carpal Tunnel Symptoms
  • Heart Burn
  • Trigeminal Neuraligia
  • Bell's Palsy
  • Risk of Dystocia