5 Pregnancy Symptoms Chiropractic Care Can Treat

Sep 14, 2021 | Back Pain, Chiropractic, General Health

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Pregnancy is an exciting time! It can also bring many unexpected aches and pains along the way. 


Symptoms should be discussed with your OB/GYN. Keep in mind as well that many pregnancy symptoms can be treated naturally and safely with back pain treatment in Logan, Utah


Here are some of the most common pregnancy pains that can be treated by your chiropractor.


Round Ligament Pain


Round ligament pain is one of the most common pregnancy conditions. As the uterus grows, round ligaments also stretch and can cause sharp pain in the abdomen, pelvis, and even the lower back. 




Nausea, or morning sickness, is a very common pregnancy symptom. There are many tips and tricks to relieving pregnancy nausea. A chiropractor may be able to help reduce vomiting and nausea by realigning your spine to improve your nervous system function. This can help balance your hormones and improve digestive issues, too.


Lower Back Pain


Increased stress on the lumbar spine and shifts in your center of gravity can cause back pain throughout pregnancy. Muscles tighten and ligaments shift to prepare for your growing baby, and the pain may range from mild to severe depending on your daily activity. 


Labor and Delivery

Routine chiropractic adjustments can help ensure your pelvis, spine, and hips are aligned properly and functioning as they should. Boosted nerve health through chiropractic adjustments can also help with a faster labor and easier delivery with less discomfort. 


Sciatic Nerve Pain


The sciatic nerve can be compressed during pregnancy. As the baby grows and the uterus puts pressure on the sciatic nerve, low back and sciatic pain can permeate down the back and into the legs. 


Back Pain Treatment In Logan, Utah 


As you navigate the daily aches and pains of pregnancy, Spring Creek Medical Center is there to help with back pain treatment in Logan, Utah


Remember that any ongoing or sudden concerns, including vaginal bleeding, high blood pressure, swelling in the hands, legs, or feet, and persistent or severe cramping should be discussed with your OB/GYN. Our team can help you navigate your symptoms, and direct you to your doctor if needed. 


We look forward to being a part of your journey during this special time.


Schedule your appointment for back pain treatment in Logan, Utah today!

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