At Vital Chiropractic, we take care of A LOT of pregnant women. We can safely and effectively check and adjust women from preconception up until labor. We have even assisted women during labor and delivery! When is a good time to get checked? The best time to consult and get checked is when you have decided to start a family. Ensuring an optimally functioning nervous system and properly balanced spine and pelvis can help you have a comfortable, enjoyable pregnancy as well as a smoother birth.

Here is what a couple of our clients have said about chiropractic care during pregnancy.

“When I was pregnant with my fifth child, I always looked forward to my weekly adjustments with Dr. Cheryl. Receiving regular chiropractic care during my pregnancy kept me feeling strong and healthy all the way up to the birth of my child. I also believe it greatly reduced my labor time and made for an easier, gentler delivery.” – Lisa Z.

I spent my first pregnancy in almost constant pain. Walking alone was excruciating. Towards the end of my 2nd trimester I could hardly get out of bed or get dressed without being brought to tears. I had a separation of my pubic bone but got little help from my OB. When I became pregnant for a second time and the pain returned I began researching treatment options on my own. It was this research that led me to chiropractic care. Chiropractic care during my second and third pregnancies minimized the pain drastically. The simple things that brought so much pain during my first pregnancy were no longer debilitating. Chiropractic care during my pregnancies kept me mobile and active. This in turn allowed me a level of health and fitness that was a great asset during labor and delivery.” – Camille W.

We would love to answer any questions you have about pregnancy, fertility and chiropractic! We have openings for free consultations at our office to meet you and discuss your health concerns. Give our office a call! 360-848-6755 or drop us an email at info@vitalchiro.com

We look forward to hearing from you!

Dr. Cheryl Schmitt

There IS a Difference Between Living, and Living Well!