Mums being mums often put everyone else in the family first, even when it comes to healthcare.
Many mums have realised the benefit of taking their unsettled newborns to the chiropractor, however they neglect seeking help for their own pain and health concerns.
Labor and childbirth take a tremendous toll on a women’s body, however, only some realise there may be an issue with how their body is functioning during the ongoing physical demands of motherhood.
A mother that has two or more children will likely physically carry children around for the best part of a decade.
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If structures in the spine and pelvis are damaged during these daily demands, the injuries may manifest as headaches, sciatica, low back, hip, and shoulder pain to name just a few.
Injuries may have even occurred during labor and childbirth when chemical changes make the body more susceptible to misalignment, and were never properly corrected.
“Add sleep deprivation on top, and there are a ton of mum’s out there that aren’t having the best time of it,” says Daniel Shakespeare, from Valley Rising Chiropractic.
“At Valley Rising Chiropractic we analyse the spine and pelvis for the root cause of these issues, and provide an adjustment to restore normal movement and function to the spine, pelvis, and nervous system, thereby allowing the body to properly heal the affected area.
“We use an array of assessment tools such as surface eMG scanning, posture and neurological screening technology, and even X-ray analysis and blood testing (where indicated), to identify the best possible course of action, and rule out any more sinister causes. Unlike many chiropractors, we will not adjust the patient until all appropriate test results have been received and properly studied.”
Valley Rising Chiropractic are focused on health and healing throughout the process and strive to provide an adjustment that is as specific and gentle as possible.
“There are no obligations to receive an adjustment even once analysis and test results are reported,” Daniel said. “At the end of the day a happy mum makes for a happy, healthier family.”