Prenatal Chiropractic Care in La Crescent
Whether this is your first or fifth pregnancy, this is an exciting time for both you and your baby! While your excitement is growing, your body is working to accommodate and nourish your precious little one. Pregnant women experience changes--physically, emotionally, and chemically--on a daily basis from the moment of conception.
Chiropractic care before, during, and after pregnancy is beneficial to both mom and baby! It can help reduce pain experienced during pregnancy, reduce labor and delivery times, allow for optimal baby positioning, reduce the need for painkillers during delivery, and help ensure you experience an empowered birth.
Gentle and specific chiropractic adjustments make it easier to integrate this new experience with efficiency and ease, so you can focus and enjoy the wonders of this magnificent time without unnecessary medical interventions. Whether you are trying to conceive or are already pregnant, having your spine and nervous system functioning optimally can create a healthy and comfortable environment for you and your baby.
Not only is chiropractic safe during pregnancy, it's also safe and effective during the birthing process. Some women have even received chiropractic care during labor to aid in reducing pain during delivery and to aid in the birthing process.
Dr. Kasey has one son, Cullen, who was born naturally with the assistance of a midwife and her family by her side. She is passionate about natural birth and empowering women to experience the birthing process as it was intended. And just like any proud mom, Dr. Kasey is more than happy to share her birth story with anyone interested.
Dr. Kasey is certified in the Webster Technique through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA). The Webster Technique is a specific chiropractic analysis and diversified adjustment used to restore balance and function to mom's pelvis during pregnancy. Benefits of the Webster Technique include creating an optimal environment for proper fetal positioning in-utero, faster labor and delivery times, and reduced pain experienced during labor and delivery.