Shelton Sports and Spine | Shelton, CT Chiropractor | Dr. Jason Queiros | Sports Chiropractic
75 percent of pregnant women experience pregnancy-related low back pain, pelvic pain, or a combination; this pain increases as pregnancy progresses. In an effort to avoid chemically treating your symptoms, why not manage them with an effective drugless alternative? With the unavoidable change in your center of gravity, this process increases your lumbar lordosis, resulting in musculoskeletal conditions.
2. Sciatic Nerve Pain: since your precious cargo contributes to uterine pressure on supporting vasculature or direct compression of the sciatic nerve.
3. Sacral Pain: as hormonal changes allow for ligament laxity, increased mobility, and joint separation from Relaxin. Pubis dysfunction can produce pain and unwanted symptoms during the birthing process.
Chiropractic care and patient education as part of a comprehensive prenatal care team has been shown to hold greater benefit for pregnant patients than traditional obstetric care alone.
If you are experiencing debilitating low back pain as a result of pregnancy, call or text (203) 842-8631 to receive the best evidence based treatments that effectively treat and prevent these pesky symptoms.
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Weis CA, et al. Prevalence of Low Back Pain, Pelvic Girdle Pain, and Combination Pain in a Pregnant Ontario Population. J Obstet Gynaecol Can. 2018 Aug; 40(8): 1038-1043. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30103876
Lisi AJ. Chiropractic spinal manipulation for low back pain of pregnancy: a retrospective case series. J Midwifery Womens Health 2006; 51:7-10. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16399602
George JW, Skaggs CD, Thompson PA, et al. A randomized controlled trial comparing a multimodal intervention and standard obstetrics care for low back and pelvic pain in pregnancy. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2013;208:295.e1-7. https://www.ajog.org/article/S0002-9378(12)01969-2/fulltext