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3 Reasons Mothers Should Be Mindful of Their Chiropractic Health December 18, 2018

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3 Reasons Mothers Should Be Mindful of Their Chiropractic Health , North Pole, Alaska

From the moment you become pregnant until the day children leave the nest, you spend much of your day holding little ones, chasing after them, and running errands to ensure they have everything they need. While the satisfaction of watching them grow into intelligent, compassionate adults certainly makes your efforts worthwhile, there is no denying the process can take a toll on your body. Neck pain, back pain, and other chiropractic health issues are all too common for moms. But minding your health and seeking proper care will garner a wealth of benefits.  

Why Chiropractic Health Is Important for Mothers 

1. Prenatal Care

chiropractic healthCaring for your chiropractic health is essential during pregnancy. Throughout these nine months, your body will undergo a tremendous amount of change in a very short span of time. Your hips, pelvic bone, and spine will all shift and expand to make room for the life growing inside you. Visiting a chiropractor who specializes in prenatal massage will help to keep your body limber and flexible throughout this time, ensuring a healthy pregnancy, labor, and delivery.

2. Post-Natal Care

Chiropractic care is important in the months after delivery as well. Many women find that although they lose the pregnancy weight, they often have less muscle strength, particularly in the back and abdomen. Additionally, holding, feeding, and playing with a newborn for hours on end can contribute to poor posture and back and neck pain. Visiting a chiropractor a few times a month can provide much-needed relief for new moms, and these sessions can also aid in strengthening the core muscles.

3. Injury Prevention

As a mother of young children, you probably spend a great deal of time hosting play dates, making meals, and running after your kids. This also means you spend much of the day crouching, standing, and sitting in uncomfortable positions. These postures and movements can increase your risk of injuries such as muscle sprains and herniated discs. Routine chiropractic visits will improve your range of motion and mobility, while also soothing sore muscles. This helps to heal and prevent injuries, so that you can make the most of the time with your children.


To learn more about the benefits of chiropractic health for mothers, contact North Pole Chiropractic. Located in Alaska, this chiropractic care center specializes in treatments for the whole family. To learn more about their services, including pediatric chiropractic treatments, visit the website or call (907) 488 -1885 today to schedule an appointment. 

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