Dr. Jerod is certified in the Webster Technique designed specifically for pregnant women. Not only does he physically adjust, but he acts as a full resource for women during this time, educating them on important things like nutrition and sleep.
Want to know more about the Webster Technique? Here are some of our most commonly asked questions:
How does it work?
The mother is adjusted in a specific manner while also receiving a massage around the targeted ligaments to relieve muscle tension and any misalignments in the pelvis.
What exactly does the Webster Technique do?
The goal of these adjustments are to reduce the effects of sacral misalignments or S1 joint dysfunction, while also balancing pelvic muscles and ligaments.
Can the Webster Technique work to turn a breech baby?
This technique helps to create space around the uterus giving the baby ample room to turn and optimizes the opportunity to get in the proper position for birth. This technique has proven it facilitates the correct environment to allow the birthing process to proceed as it naturally was created to.
Why would a pregnant mom choose the Webster Technique?
Because it’s an all-natural, safe technique that helps relieve all joint pain related to pregnancy including pain in the lower back, buttocks, and legs. It works to reduce the time for labor and delivery, as well as C-sections, while minimizing pain during labor and delivery. Also, it promotes the likelihood of a full-term pregnancy.
How well does it work?
According to research, the Webster Technique has a success rate of 85% when turning a breech baby, compared to an external cephalic version (ECV) that experiences only a 35% success rate.
Webster Technique helps the S1 joints. Where are the S1 joints located?
The S1 joints make up the triangular shaped bone at the bottom of the spine, known as the sacrum. These joints connect the spine to the pelvis.
Give our team a call with any questions, or go ahead and schedule a time to chat with us in person. We’d love to help you and your family on your pregnancy journey.
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