Top 3 postpartum core + spine + pelvic floor stabilizers!
Here at CHIRO FOR MOMS we discuss stretches to provide pain relief for low back pain. Our female chiropractor demonstrates some techniques to relieve lower back discomfort in women who are not pregnant! There is a lot of time spent on the back here so pregnant mamas this one is not for you - see our website for pregnancy specific low back pain stretches!
Our prenatal chiropractor Dr. Paige is going over tips for lateral [ outside ] hip pain during pregnancy. This can occur because of all the increased side-lying during pregnancy - especially during the third trimester!
Sciatica pain relief for pregnancy + beyond. 19 home stretches to relieve pain due to pressure over the sciatic nerve.
Here our female chiropractor discusses the proper way to wear a pregnancy / SI / lumbosacral support belt to provide relief of low back and hip pain during pregnancy!
Labor + Delivery Prep with Partner:
Side Lying Release, Sacral Rocking, + Sifting
Side lying release is a technique performed by a partner - to help open the sacrum / pelvis and release pressure - further aiding into the correct position for delivery. This also relieve painful pressure in areas such as the low back, pelvis, pubic symphysis and hips.
Sacral rocking is a technique performed by a partner to help decrease pressure in the sacral and pubic symphysis regions - while also increasing movement to aid in baby positioning and low back / SI pain relief.
Sifting is a technique performed by a partner to decrease pressure on the low back. For further information on this technique - reach out to a Birthing Doula or look into Spinning Babies.
Our female chiropractor demonstrates how to increase mobility in the hip joint! Hip pain is a common symptom of pregnancy because women lay on their sides so much at night time. Try these simple home techniques to get pain relief in those tight hips!
Dr. Jesse, our female chiropractor specialist is talking about disc herniation. What it is, is the soft tissue between your vertebrae that squishy part - and it pushes outward usually due to flection. It pushes on the nerve roots which end up referring down your leg creating a lot of pain and muscle spasms. We are going to show you a few different maneuvers that can help. This is not direct medical advice but it could help with your symptoms and help you heal.