The Webster technique

The Webster technique is used during pregnancy to address sacroiliac joint dysfunction. During pregnancy, higher levels of the relaxin hormone result in your joints becoming “relaxed” as the name implies. Ligament and tendon laxity allow your body to change and grow during pregnancy and helps prepare your body for delivery. Because of the rapid changes your body goes through during pregnancy, pelvic dysfunction can occur resulting in pain, discomfort, slowed labor, etc. Dr. Jessica uses low force adjustments to address pelvic dysfunction and to release tension in the affected ligaments including the round ligaments.

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