Women’s Issues

177807080Fibromyalgia

The most common cause of chronic musculoskeletal pain and fatigue, Fibromyalgia affects 4% of the population. Disorders of the Central Nervous System are among the causes of Fibromyalgia. Nerves are over stimulated causing excessive pain.

The dysfunctions of the CNS include pain perception problems, neurochemical imbalances, decrease in pain threshold, and inconsistent serotonin levels. Serotonin is a chemical that regulates mood, memory, and pain perception. Ongoing research indicates that chiropractic care may alleviate fibromyalgia. Subjects noted significant reduction in pain intensity, lessened fatigue, and improved sleep quality.

 

178767283Pregnancy

During pregnancy dramatic changes happen to mom’s posture and spinal function. Chiropractic adjustments have been known to shorten labors, lessen labor pain, and reduce back pain, especially low back pain throughout pregnancy. If your pregnant or know someone pregnant, see the results below how chiropractic can help.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16399602?dopt=Abstract

“During my pregnancy, my low back felt relaxed and did not ache. It helped my nausea greatly. Chiropractic care made my pregnancy and delivery very smooth.”
-Sarah G.

 

Infertility

Many studies have attributed chiropractic care with restoration of function and the ability to conceive. Evidence of vertebral misalignments of the spine interferes and impinges on the nerves of the body, directly effecting how the body communicates and functions. Read Below two case studies how Chiropractic helped with conception.

http://icpa4kids.org/Chiropractic-Research/inability-to-conceive-two-case-histories-from-the-files-of-larry-l-websterdc.html

 

PMS

Spinal dysfunctions could be a cause of PMS. Tenderness of the neck and low back pain are commonly associated with PMS. Studies show a reduction and prevention of symptoms of PMS.

http://icpa4kids.org/Chiropractic-Research/chiropractic-approach-to-premenstrual-syndrome.html