Prenatal Chiropractic Care in Naperville, IL
Chiropractic care is the non-surgical maintenance of the spinal column, discs, nerves, and bone geometry. It addresses misaligned joints in the body, particularly the spine, to reduce spinal nerve stress and promote overall health.
Women who are pregnant can benefit from chiropractic care to avoid pain and discomfort, such as protruding abdomen, increased back curve, pelvic changes, and postural adaptations. Dr. Susan Kennedy of Kennedy Family Chiropractic will ensure your safety and comfort during each visit to our office. She may also provide you with exercises and stretches that are safe to use during pregnancy. Make an appointment today if you're looking for prenatal chiropractic care in Naperville, IL.
Prenatal Chiropractic Care Benefits
When a pregnant woman chooses to have chiropractic adjustments, her labor and delivery could be less painful and shorter. Prenatal chiropractic care in Naperville, IL, can assist you in maintaining a healthy pregnancy, controlling nausea, and relieving neck, back, and joint pain. It also helps balance the pelvis, reduces inflammation, and supports a healthy immune system. Prenatal chiropractic care also has a reputation for preventing a potential cesarean section (C-section) and accelerating post-partum recovery. Chiropractic adjustments during pregnancy help to keep your pelvis and spine in optimum balance, allowing your body to adapt to the significant changes (biomechanical and hormonal changes) that occur. Prenatal chiropractic care not only improves your physical health but also your mental and emotional health.
Dr. Kennedy is certified in the Webster technique which has been clinically shown to allow for optimal fetal positioning. She's also pursuing her Certification by the Academy Council of Chiropractic Pediatrics to further her education in pediatrics and pregnancy at Kennedy Family Chiropractic.
To learn more about prenatal chiropractic care in Naperville, IL, or to make an appointment, call (630) 384-9305. We are here to answer any questions or concerns you may have about treatment.