Bringing a baby to life comes with many changes and challenges to the body. Make the most of your healthy pregnancy with postpartum and post-birth care from Rising Family Chiropractic. With postpartum services like maternity care, pregnancy massage, and postpartum spinal adjustment, your family health and wellness provider can show you the chiropractic care that can best serve you in your postpartum and post-birth life.
To learn more about how chiropractic care can improve your postpartum and post-birth health, reach out to Rising Family Chiropractic today at (701) 532-0701.
Postnatal Care from Dr. Amanda Hurley
Rising Family Chiropractic provides West Fargo with postnatal care. Beyond services during pregnancy, chiropractic care can provide a range of benefits for postpartum mothers and newborn care. After a wonderful pregnancy and smooth delivery, both mother and baby have still undergone a significant amount of physical stress. From mental health services to compassionate care for the body’s changes, chiropractic care can be vital to health and wellness postpartum.
Types of Postpartum Services
One of the most common issues that cause women to seek medication during pregnancy and postpartum services is the stress and pressure put on joints and bones during a healthy pregnancy and birth. As the baby grows, the mother gains increasing weight, creating unfamiliar stress on the body. This stress can cause spinal misalignment, sciatica pain, or event joint and muscular strain. During a smooth delivery, both mother and baby experience the pressure associated with the birth process. For the mother, hip and pelvis misalignment is typical and can cause postpartum pain or discomfort. Some alignment issues can also occur for the baby as they’re pushing through the birth canal during a smooth delivery. Through pregnancy massage, regular alignments post-birth, and a tailored chiropractic care plan, Rising Family Chiropractic can provide many post-pregnancy resources and benefits to its post-pregnancy patients.
Mental Health Services
Beyond physical postpartum services, chiropractic care can also provide mental health services. Many postpartum mothers seek out mental health counseling services post-pregnancy for issues such as postpartum depression. Chiropractic care can help the body heal more effectively on its own and work to restore it to a healthy place. Along with the basic physical benefits of chiropractic care, helping the body return to a normal state and the relief of pain or discomfort can provide many of the emotional benefits of mental health counseling services.
While many think of chiropractic care as services for adults, there are many health and wellness reasons to invest in newborn care with a chiropractor. Much like the mother, the newborn goes through many changes and stresses while the mother brings the baby to life. The pressure and stress of the birth process, even with a smooth delivery, can cause misalignment or even injury to the baby. With compassionate care and a proactive approach, chiropractic newborn care can help relieve problems caused by birth and provide a healthy future.
Contact Us Today
When you’re ready to find the best postpartum services and newborn care in the West Fargo area, reach out to Rising Family Chiropractic.
About West Fargo
As a subset of the greater Fargo area, West Fargo is a part of the fifth largest, most populous city in North Dakota. From the city’s many breweries and wineries to sports events at the nearby North Dakota State University, West Fargo provides its residents with entertainment and home-town connection of all kinds.
Rising Family Chiropractic
300 45th Street South, Ste 315
Fargo, North Dakota, 58103 United States
After giving birth, how long does a woman rest?
It will take more than a few days for you to recover from your pregnancy. It can take months to fully heal from pregnancy and childbirth. Although several women report feeling mostly healed after 6-8 weeks, it can take longer to feel like yourself again.
What does postpartum care include in West Fargo?
The detailed postpartum visit should provide a complete evaluation of your physical, social, and psychological well-being, as well as a monitoring of your quality of life during your recovery.