Pregnancy Chiropractic

Chiropractic care is extremely beneficial during pregnancy and we treat many mum’s to be at our centre.

Pre-existing imbalances in your spine and pelvis become more exaggerated when pregnant. Over the course of your pregnancy, the organ positioning and musculoskeletal system will also shift greatly and it is extremely important that your pelvis, joints, spine and nervous system is healthy, fully functioning and properly aligned for maximum comfort. This also allows for your growing baby to have optimal development and positioning during gestation. Studies also show that expecting mothers, who have ongoing chiropractic care through pregnancy, experience less pain and shorter labour times.

We treat for all stages of pregnancy, including pre-conception and post-natal, simply select your stage and book online.

Or talk to us about a scheduling a complete pregnancy care plan.

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Pregnancy Chiropractic

First Trimester (Pre-Conception To 12 Weeks)
This stage we focus on the functioning and flow of mums brain and body.

Second Trimester (12 Weeks To 28 Weeks)
Postural changes begin. This is the perfect time to make sure your spine and musculoskeletal system are relaxed so baby positioning is optimal.

Third Trimester (28 Weeks To 40 Weeks)
Here we give an in depth review of your neurological and nervous system, posture and any strain or stress on pelvic ligaments and spinal structures.

Pregnancy Massage

Shai is a highly qualified pregnancy massage therapist who will be sure to take great care of you and release those aches, pains and stressors that your body has been put through.

Pre-existing imbalances in your spine and pelvis become more exaggerated when pregnant. Massage helps your changing body adapt and also allow your growing baby to have optimal development and positioning during gestation. Studies also show that expecting mothers, who have ongoing massage through pregnancy, experience less pain and shorter labour times.

Pregnancy Pilates and Strength Classes

Pregnancy pilates is very beneficial for most of the common pregnancy ailments, labour and birth outcomes and once you’ve had the baby too.
The stronger you make your muscles now the easier it will be to adapt to all he changes your body will go through.

Pilates is well known for its positive effects on posture which changes a lot during pregnancy and puts all kinds of pressure on joints, muscles and even the organs. Better posture will eliminate problems connected to these.

Pilates is also well known for its beneficial effects on the core and the pelvic floor muscles – which we know we have to work on during pregnancy and after birth to have a full recovery.