Receiving chiropractic care during pregnancy is quite beneficial to the mother’s health. Seeing a chiropractor during pregnancy leads to a healthier pregnancy, regulates nausea symptoms, lowers the risk of the baby becoming breech, and diminishes the time of labor and delivery. During pregnancy, chiropractic care is safe, but you should check with your doctor for approval before beginning. Chiropractic care during pregnancy can help treat several problems including a change in back curve, lower back pain, a misaligned pelvis, and sciatic nerve pain. To find a certified chiropractor, look for chiropractors who have certifications in the Webster Technique, DACCP, and CACCP. Take time to learn about the benefits of chiropractic care during pregnancy and how to find a qualified chiropractor.
This online course will present a foundational understanding of lower limb biomechanics and is a prerequisite to attending the continuing education workshops on practical orthotic therapy. To get the most from this educational offering, we request that you fulfill the online course requirement within 30 days prior to attending a workshop. This online course content, together with the practical workshop instruction has been accredited for 8 CEU’s in most states.
Biofreeze Cryospray topical analgesic can be used as an effective adjunct to the Kinesio Taping Method. As stated in the Kinesio materials the primary treatment effect from Kinesio Taping is achieved through stimulation of the proprioception receptors and circulatory system involvement effectively stimulating lymph drainage and removing exudate through the capillary and venous flow.
Biofreeze® topical analgesic reduces pain through “cryotherapy,” or cold application. It has been well-established that cold reduces the sensation of pain and reduces inflammation. (For a comprehensive text on cryotherapy, see Knight). “Cryokinetics” is a technique of using cold application to reduce pain during exercise. This helps facilitate earlier exercise interventions for healing tissue. Cooling and re-warming tissue with movement stimulates reperfusion of healing tissue.