healthy pregnancy

Back Pain During Pregnancy

Back Pain During Pregnancy is a Common Complaint

By Dr. Cynthia Horner

Approximately 50% of pregnant women experience back pain. Pregnancy should be a time of  joy and expectation. If you are experiencing back pain the joy of pregnancy is overcast with thoughts of how to get relief. Specific chiropractic adjustments by a chiropractor trained in the care of pregnant women can be the answer for relief of back pain. Knowing what causes back pain during pregnancy can help you avoid it completely or resolve it once it appears. Learning stretching exercises and adapting your postural habits are also helpful in avoiding or resolving back pain. Continue reading

Chiropractic Care During Pregnancy

By Dr. Cynthia Horner

Chiropractic care during pregnancy:

  • dispels fears
  • stabilizes structure
  • removes nerve interference

There are many decisions expecting parents must make , one of them should be to find a chiropractor to provide chiropractic care during pregnancy. A chiropractor trained in the management, and care for pregnant women provides information, care, and support to encourage a drug-less delivery, reduced intervention, and prevent needless discomfort throughout pregnancy. Continue reading

An Actual Chiropractic Pregnancy Adjustment

Dr Horner Adjusting a Pregnant Woman in Her 37th Week

Chiropractic for Healthy Pregnancy and Optimal Delivery

By Dr. Cynthia Horner

Chiropractic has an irrefutable role in the management of pregnancy. Expecting parents tend to read books about what to expect once the baby arrives, but few truly prepare themselves about the birth. Continue reading

Video – Chiropractor – Pregnancy

Chiropractic Benefits to Pregnancy

New video with Dr Horner discussing how a chiropractor can benefit your pregnancy.

Natural Health Care v.s. Conventional Health Care

By Dr. Cynthia Horner

I’m often asked how does natural health care such as chiropractic, acupuncture, homeopathy or naturopathy differ from conventional  health care.  The difference is in the intention of the care giver. Continue reading