Many changes occur during pregnancy—both for the mom and the baby. Due to the physical growth of the baby, and the changes in hormones in mom, expecting moms may experience physical pains in the pelvis area, as well as headaches and neck and shoulder pain due to forward head posture.

Additionally, changing hormones can impact and increase the mother’s stress, anxiety, and fatigue levels, and some expectant mothers experience immune and digestive issues during pregnancy.

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Our neurocentric approach helps to ensure a properly functioning nervous system for expectant mothers, leading to reduced stress and higher energy. Additionally, chiropractic adjustments relieve pressure on the spine and pelvis which promotes healthier immune and digestive functioning. Finally, regular chiropractic care during pregnancy often leads to shorter labor times and less medical intervention during the birthing process, and improved recovery from labor and delivery.

Dr. Cory is Webster Certified, which is a technique specific to pregnant women and allows the normal changes of pregnancy to occur and results in a more seamless labor and delivery. 
Neurocentric approach—Pediatrics

Children of all ages suffer from many different illnesses and injuries, and some children experience other issues such as spectrum, learning, or behavior differences. A healthy nervous system is key to reducing instances of illness in children, and when the nervous system functions properly, many children with ADHD, autism, or other sensory or behavioral challenges can focus better and experience less stress and behavioral issues.

Chiropractic adjustments are safe for children, and by allowing the nervous system to function properly, children are healthier and happier—children with properly functioning nervous systems visit their pediatricians or urgent care facilities for illnesses fewer times during a year than their peers not under Chiropractic care.  Focusing on the nervous system allows us to detect and correct stress on a child’s body, often before it presents as a symptom.