Frequent question: Can you see a chiropractor pregnant?

When should I see a chiropractor when pregnant?

You can start chiropractic care as soon as your pregnancy is confirmed and your obstetrician approves treatment, though many people are already regularly seeing a chiropractor while they’re trying to conceive. As soon as you feel pain, check with your OB-GYN, then call your chiropractor and make an appointment.

Can chiropractic adjustments cause miscarriage?

While there is very little evidence to suggest adjustments may be linked to miscarriage, as a conservative practitioner I suggest avoiding them. The worst thing you can have is a patient calling you a day after an adjustment asking if it was related to a miscarriage.

Can you lay on your stomach at the chiropractor while pregnant?

Worried about lying on your stomach during an adjustment? Don’t be! Pregnancy chiropractors have specialized equipment like adjustment tables with belly cutouts to accommodate your growing abdomen. There is absolutely no risk of putting undue pressure on the baby.

Can a chiropractor hurt my unborn baby?

Prenatal chiropractic adjustments are generally considered safe during pregnancy and studies have not linked them to an increased risk of miscarriage.

Can you go to the chiropractor in your first trimester?

There are no known contraindications to chiropractic care throughout pregnancy. All chiropractors are trained to work with women who are pregnant. Investing in the fertility and pregnancy wellness of women who are pregnant or trying to conceive is routine care for most chiropractors.

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Can I go to the chiropractor at 38 weeks pregnant?

The short answer is yes; lots of pregnant women go to the chiropractor as part of a scheduled treatment plan.

Can you get massages while pregnant?

The American Pregnancy Association says that women can begin massage at any point during a pregnancy. However, many prenatal massage therapists will not accept clients until the second trimester of pregnancy.

What week does morning sickness start?

If you’re one of the many pregnant women who experience morning sickness, you may start feeling nauseous somewhere around the sixth week of your pregnancy, typically two weeks after your first missed period. Symptoms can appear gradually, or seem to happen overnight.