Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Seeing a Chiropractor During Pregnancy

I moved to a new state halfway through my second pregnancy.  With my first I needed a c-section so finding a provider who would be supportive of a VBAC was tops on my list when interviewing providers.  During a long question-and-answer session I had upon meeting the provider whom I ultimately chose, I was referred to a chiropractor.  The referral came across as really more of a "must."  Not that I had to, but that it would basically be silly not to. 



Lets be honest, I'm really giving my all towards achieving a VBAC.  So I didn't need a whole lot of convincing.  But what really sealed the deal on my decision was this:


During our talk, I of course shared my previous birth story (induction, followed by a c-section, due to malposition, after 2 hours of pushing), but didn't mention that every time my cervix was checked, the previous midwives would always tell me my daughter was "floating."  While talking things through, I shared that I was very concerned with the idea that I would be able to go into labor this time, as last time I went to 42 weeks and was then induced.  This care provider's immediate response was, "Well I think you never went into labor last time because of your daughter's position.  I think she was always in a poor position, keeping her from pressing down on your cervix, which is what gets labor started.  If you were to see a chiropractor this time, I think we would avoid that altogether."
You could have knocked me over with a feather!  
First of all, I was more than impressed with her knowing that about my daughter's position without my saying so.  (I was ready to commit to her care right there and then.)  
Second of all, I was more than un-impressed with my last group for not mentioning the help a chiropractor could have been to me, or even intimating that I should really be trying to get my baby to press down on my cervix to get labor going.  
And third of all, after hearing that I was ready to drive to the chiropractor that very instant!  (There is nothing I'd like more than to go into labor on my own this time!  Seeing as how if I don't it means an automatic c-section for me, I was definitely going to give this a try!)

I was also told that seeing a chiropractor has been known to not only take away pregnancy aches and pains, but decrease labor and pushing times.  
I was introduced to a mother, there in the office, who had dramatically different results in her last pregnancy compared to that of her first two.  She said her "normal" hip pain was non existent this time, and her labor was half as long as usual, with only a few minutes of pushing this time as compared to a couple hours for her previous births!  

Like I said, I was already sold before, but... after hearing that, nothing was stopping me!  

     It's not a common recommendation given by many prenatal providers out there, so you may be as unfamiliar with it as I once was.  And honestly, it's a tragedy that this information isn't shared more frequently, because it could change so many womens' experiences.  I just don't think many providers even realize it is an option, and that there are so many great benefits to be had.  
     So of course I wanted to share it here on my blog in hopes that maybe one more person would have the awesome benefits that come from seeing a chiropractor in pregnancy.  







So here is a bit of information I dug up for you, if you'd still like a bit more on the subject:




Basic Benefits for the Mother
  • Reduction of pregnancy discomforts such as: morning sickness, headaches, neck aches, backaches, hip pain, sciatic pain, etc.  
  • Prepare the pelvis for an easier pregnancy and birth by creating a state of balance in pelvic bony structures, muscles and ligaments.  
  • Remove tension on the ligaments that support the uterus, thus reducing the torsion (intrauterine constraint) to the woman's uterus.  
  • Allows for safer and easier birth for the mother, decreasing the potential for intervention

Basic Benefits for the Infant
  • Allows the baby room to develop without restrictions to their forming cranium, spine, and other skeletal structures.

  • Removes interferences to the mother's nervous system, allowing for better baby development.

  • Offers the baby room to move into the best possible position for birth.

  • With proper fetal positioning, there is a significant decrease in dystocia and the resulting birth trauma caused by intervention.







     Chiropractic care prior to conception promotes fertility.  For women it can provide a more regular menstrual cycle and optimal uterine function.  It also prepares the body to be strong, supple, and as balanced as possible to carry the pregnancy.  Restoring proper nerve supply to reproductive organs has helped many couples who thought they were infertile --- there are specific spots in the spine that can be adjusted to aid both men and women in this regard.  

     Once pregnancy occurs and you begin gaining weight, with it placed mainly in the abdomen, it exerts a downward and forward pull on the lower spine.  This extra weight, combined with changes in your gait and center of gravity, can set the stage for backache and neck pain.  Additionally, your body secretes a hormone called relaxin, which loosens ligaments.  This loosening may exaggerate the effects of an existing spinal or pelvic problem.  The positioning of the baby and its movement, as well as expansion of the lower part of the ribcage to accommodate your growing baby, can also cause discomfort in the ribs and upper portion of the lower back.  And your increasing breast size, in preparation for lactation, can also create upper back subluxations.  


     Chiropractic care can dramatically ease the discomforts of pregnancy by correcting these misalignments.  84% of women report relief of back pain during pregnancy with chiropractic care.  





     Adjusting women throughout pregnancy equates to a healthier pregnancy --- meaning an easier labor and delivery, and a better transition for the baby into this life.  Without attention, any misalignment of the pelvic outlet could be a cause of slower descent of the fetus through the birth canal during labor.  And any existing back pain could also decrease the mother's range of motion, making it harder for her to assume the upright, active positions that have been proven to make labor more efficient.  

     One of the biggest benefits to regular chiropractic care during pregnancy is that a properly balanced and open pelvis allows more room for the fetus to turn into a proper position.  In fact, many chiropractors have additional, specialized training in a technique to encourage a breech baby to turn, called the Webster's technique.  (The technique is designed to work with the body to normalize the bony and soft tissue structures of the pelvis so the baby CAN go head down. It is non-invasive and does not involve physically manipulating the baby at all.) According to the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics there is an 82% success rate in turning breach babies using the Webster's technique.  Another study showed that regular chiropractic care also reduces the chances of the baby being posterior (this position is known to create the most painful labor conditions).  Having the best fetal positioning possible allows the mother's body to do less work in labor and during the pushing stage because she is not having to help the baby change positions in order to fit. 

If you are interested in seeing an adjustment done on a pregnant women, here is a very nice you tube video showing the Webster's technique. 

Therefore, the adjustments made during pregnancy can be a tremendous aid during labor and delivery.  In one study, women receiving chiropractic care through their first pregnancy had 24% reduction in labor times, as compared to those who did not receive such care.  And subjects giving birth for the second or third time reported 39% reduction in labor times, as compared to their previous labor(s).  In a hospital study, the need for pain medication was reduced by 50% in the patients who received adjustments.  
  

     Pelvic bone adjustments can also be used to encourage past-due or non-progressive labors that are stalled due to pelvic outlet disproportion.  


      Chiropractic care has helped new mothers become more comfortable breastfeeding (posture-wise) as well as to produce more milk.  


     Chiropractic care has also been shown to reduce the likelihood of postpartum depression, since it balances the nervous system by removing subluxations of the spine.






So, if you ask me, seeing a chiropractor is an invaluable tool!

When looking for a chiropractor, talk with them ensure that they are experienced in working with pregnant women.  

While receiving any spinal and pelvic adjustments will aid the body in being balanced and achieving better pregnancy results, it would actually be best if you can find a chiropractor who is more than experienced in pregnancy, but one who actually specializes in working with pregnant women, as they will have more skills and techniques useful for ensuring the baby is in the proper position.  

If you are interested: here is one website, and another website, that might be a good start in searching out a prenatal chiropractor.  

I would suggest asking your provider if they have a chiropractor that they would refer you to, in case they do have any excellent connections.  If not, local doulas can be great resources for finding such care.  (Even if you are not using the doula yourself, they usually are more than willing to share such information with you.)  Or ask around mommy circles to see if you can find any positive feedback on anyone.  

Its worth searching out! It can make a huge difference!  


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(Update 7/18/12: After seeing a Prenatal Chiropractor through the last half of my pregnancy and employing other helpful tips, I did go on to have a safe and healthy, all natural VBAC.
My experience was awesome. I think a major reason why was my chiropractic care, I'm not sure I would have had a VBAC without it.  My baby was in a great position, helping my baby press down on my cervix, allowing my labor to start naturally.  My VBAC labor was only 6 hours. (My previous labor had been an induction that lasted12 hours, before the c-section.) My contractions were very manageable. And I only pushed for 20 mins (mostly mother-led light pushes), which was worlds apart from my first birth during which I pushed with all my might for two hours, having no progress and ending in a c-section.  You can read my VBAC birth story here.)

Cited Studies:
Dr Joan Fallon found the reduction of labor times:
Fallon, J. The effect of chiropractic treatment on pregnancy and labor: A comprehensive Study. Proceedings of the World Federation of Chiropractic. 1991: 24:31.

A study conducted by lrvin Henderson, MD, a member of the AMA Board of Trustees concluded that women who received chiropractic care during their third trimester of pregnancy were able to carry and deliver with more comfort:
Henderson I. American Medical Association records released in 1987 during trial in U.S. District Court Northern Illinois Eastern Division, No. 76 C 3777, May, 1987

Dr. Per Freitag, MD, a well known orthopedist, conducted a hospital study that incorporated chiropractic adjustments during the patients' pregnancies. The study concluded that the need of the chiropractic patients for pain killers during delivery was reduced by half:
Freitag P. Expert Testimony of P. Freitag MD PhD comparing the results of two neighboring hospitals, U.S. District Court Northern Illinios Eastern Division, No. 76 C 3777 May 1987

Reduction of back labor study:


“Back pain during pregnancy and labor”. Diakow PR, et al. Journal of Manipulative and Physiologic Therapeutics, 1991: 14(2): 116-118.


Pain relief during pregnancy studies:

Stuber KJ, Smith DL. Chiropractic treatment of pregnancy-related low back pain: a systematic review of the evidence. J Manipulative Physiol Ther. 2008 Jul-Aug;31(6):447-54.

Lisi AJ. Chiropractic spinal manipulation for low back pain of pregnancy: a retrospective case series. J Midwifery Womens Health. 2006 Jan-Feb;51(1):e7-10.

Murphy DR, et. al. Outcome of pregnancy-related lumbopelvic pain treated according to a diagnosis-based decision rule: a prospective observational cohort study. J Manipulative Physiol Ther. 2009 Oct;32(8):616-24.

Daly JM, et. al. Sacroiliac subluxation: a common, treatable cause of low-back pain in pregnancy. Fam Pract Res J. 1991 Jun;11(2):149-59.
Additional Studies:"Postpartum depression is a rarity in patients receiving...manipulative therapy":
Guthrie,R.A.& Martin, R.H. Effect of pressure applied to the Upper thoracic (placebo) versus lumbar areas (osteopathic manipulative treatment) for inhibition of lumbar myalgia during labor. Journal of the AOA,1982, 82(4), pp.247-251

"women with decreased lumbar spine curves had more preeclampsia. The study also found that patients with reduced lumbar curves had decreased blood flow to the iliac artery than normal pregnant women.":
Hypolumbarlordosis: a predisposing factor for preeclampsia. Kanayama N. Maradny EE, Kajiwara Y. et al. European Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Biology, 1997;75: 115-121.


48 comments:

  1. Good read Lydia! I honestly had never really considered one when I was pregnant. This is super exciting. I may just have to look into getting one when pregnancy #2 happens. I had so much sciatica pain and daily did lots of stretches and exercises and that helped so much...also my nausea...had it the whole time so I wonder if this would help. Towards the end since my labor was so long, I did wonder if Abbie wasn't fully aligned properly at first and then did make her way into the birth canal ok. I won't ever have a clue what actually happened cause I didn't go to the hospital until I was almost fully dilated, but to be in labor for 24 hours before I went into active labor, plus all the other things that my body did 2-3 weeks before she was ever born have made me wonder lots of times....I know this doesn't promise it but the thought of a shorter labor next time would be awesome! I'm sharing this on facebook :)

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  2. I'm a chiropractor and came across this blog on Pinterest. Thanks for sharing your experience! Can you possibly share the sources for the studies you cited? Thanks! doctiffany@gmail.com

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    1. Dr Joan Fallon found the reduction of labor times:
      Fallon, J. The effect of chiropractic treatment on pregnancy and labor: A comprehensive Study. Proceedings of the World Federation of Chiropractic. 1991: 24:31.

      A study conducted by lrvin Henderson, MD, a member of the AMA Board of Trustees concluded that women who received chiropractic care during their third trimester of pregnancy were able to carry and deliver with more comfort:
      Henderson I. American Medical Association records released in 1987 during trial in U.S. District Court Northern Illinois Eastern Division, No. 76 C 3777, May, 1987


      Dr. Per Freitag, MD, a well known orthopedist, conducted a hospital study that incorporated chiropractic adjustments during the patients' pregnancies. The study concluded that the need of the chiropractic patients for pain killers during delivery was reduced by half:
      Freitag P. Expert Testimony of P. Freitag MD PhD comparing the results of two neighboring hospitals, U.S. District Court Northern Illinios Eastern Division, No. 76 C 3777 May 1987


      Reduction of back labor:
      “Back pain during pregnancy and labor”. Diakow PR, et al. Journal of Manipulative and Physiologic Therapeutics, 1991: 14(2): 116-118.


      Pain relief during pregnancy studies:

      Stuber KJ, Smith DL. Chiropractic treatment of pregnancy-related low back pain: a systematic review of the evidence. J Manipulative Physiol Ther. 2008 Jul-Aug;31(6):447-54.

      Lisi AJ. Chiropractic spinal manipulation for low back pain of pregnancy: a retrospective case series. J Midwifery Womens Health. 2006 Jan-Feb;51(1):e7-10.

      Murphy DR, et. al. Outcome of pregnancy-related lumbopelvic pain treated according to a diagnosis-based decision rule: a prospective observational cohort study. J Manipulative Physiol Ther. 2009 Oct;32(8):616-24.

      Daly JM, et. al. Sacroiliac subluxation: a common, treatable cause of low-back pain in pregnancy. Fam Pract Res J. 1991 Jun;11(2):149-59.

      "Postpartum depression is a rarity in patients receiving...manipulative therapy":
      Guthrie,R.A.& Martin, R.H. Effect of pressure applied to the Upper thoracic (placebo) versus lumbar areas (osteopathic manipulative treatment) for inhibition of lumbar myalgia during labor. Journal of the AOA,1982, 82(4), pp.247-251

      "women with decreased lumbar spine curves had more preeclampsia. The study also found that patients with reduced lumbar curves had decreased blood flow to the iliac artery than normal pregnant women.":
      Hypolumbarlordosis: a predisposing factor for preeclampsia. Kanayama N. Maradny EE, Kajiwara Y. et al. European Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Biology, 1997;75: 115-121.

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  3. This would certainly be a good read for women who want to find help with their pregnancy. Some people think that chiropractic care is only to relieve back pains. However, there are tons of health benefits you can get from chiropractic care, just like easing away the pains of labor

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  4. The things you’ve mentioned here are all true. Chiropractic care is both beneficial for the mother and baby. It would also be good if you will make your baby undergo chiropractic treatment. Chiropractic treatment for babies will protect them from future problems by addressing the issues before they even persist.

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  5. Great information! It would be wonderful if more healthcare providers (medical doctors, midwives, etc) recognized the benefits of chiropractic during pregnancy and referred their patients. Education is important and this article helps a great deal. Thanks.

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  6. Congratulations! This is the best thing, Thank you so much for taking the time to share this exciting information.

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  8. I really appreciate your efforts to put all worthful information in this blog.You did great work Lydia! Chiropractic is now one of the most effective treatments for back pain and neck pain. It relaxes our muscles, joints, bones and other connective tissues to stop the pain.

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  9. Chiropractors have specializations too. You should consult a Edmonton Chiropractors who specializes in pregnancy to make sure his procedures are fit to your body pains. You should also make sure that you're with a trusted doctor so that you won't risk the life of your precious baby.

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  10. Great post! Been reading a lot about chiropractic care during pregnancy. Thanks for the info!

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  17. Nice one. People are becoming aware of this kind of topic and I would like to thank the author for writing this kind of article for the benefit of people.

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  18. I actually think it's pretty important to keep on top of things like this. There's just way too much to risk by not showing up to these chiropractic check ups. That's why I always make sure my wife keeps on top of her medical things while she's pregnant.
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  19. It is always suggested to consult a experienced Chiropractor in pregnancy. He can help in common pain problems in pregnancy especially back problems.

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  20. Awesome! I love how you explained the essence of chiropractic in Pregnancy.Its really very sensitive meter So consult a good and experienced Chiropractor in every stage because your life is very precious.

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  21. This was such an interesting article! I never would have thought about going to a chiropractor during a pregnancy. I just found out I am pregnant with my second, and I couldn't be more excited. With my first kid, my back hurt so bad. This time around, I am determined to not let that happen, and I think I just figured out how to do that! I'll have to find a chiropractor nearby that can help me out.

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  22. Just want to warn people to be VERY careful about the experience level / competence of your chiropractor. With my first pregnancy I was 41 weeks and still had not gone into labor. But after one chiropractic adjustment, I went into labor. With my second and current pregnancy, I went to see a chiropractor at 37 weeks to get everything in good alignment and ready for labor. My baby was head down and engaging. She performed the Webster technique and injured my sacrum. I have been in incredible pain and unable to walk since then. My pelvic muscles have all tightened up to compensate. Worst of all, my baby has unengaged. I've spent hours rolling on a birthing ball and crawling on the floor and can't get my baby reengaged. I'm afraid my pelvis is now out of alignment and/or so tight the baby can't get back in. I'm praying this situation changes soon. So I'm just warning others that there are serious risks. I deeply regret allowing that chiropractor to touch me.

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  23. I'm so so sorry to hear that. Do you think it could help to have a different chiropractor adjust you and try to correct it?

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  26. You made some really good points about how seeing a chiropractor could be beneficial while I'm pregnant. I'm about six months pregnant, so I've been trying to find ways to relieve back pain. It seems like going to a chiropractor would help with that. I liked that you included information about how chiropractic therapy would also benefit my baby. If it will improve development by removing interference to my nervous system, and offer more room for the best position for birth, then I should see what I can do to find a good chiropractor right away.
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  32. Pregnancy is both the happiest and painful phase of any women. To give birth a child, a women has to endure a grand level of pain. While this is a feeling of becoming motherhood, we should understand that this is the gift of the God. Unless we feel pain, it will not be easy for the mothers to give the child the real motherly love. A chiropractor can be beneficial in this period, but you have to choose a good one. They can make the process smoother and easier by taking necessary steps. However, this is a nice written-up. Thanks for sharing your experience and making me read your intelligent blog posts.
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  33. Oh mama, I have been searching for a VBAC story that I can keep in mind for inspiration when I attempt a VBAC next month and I am so happy I came across your blog post.

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    I am now 38 weeks with my second child and I am really hoping for a VBAC. I have been really discouraged reading all the literature on VBACs because it seems that most successful VBACs occur in situations very different from my own. But your story has given me renewed hope that my body is capable of birthing this child vaginally.

    I have been doing pelvic floor physio, chiro, yoga, massage, acupuncture, walking...whatever I can to relax my pelvic floor and ease baby down towards my cervix. I'm so happy to hear that focusing on baby's descent towards your cervix worked for you. I will be thinking of you and your VBAC story when I go into labour in a few weeks and I'll be praying for the same outcome.

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