Postpartum Care in Calgary AB

Chiropractic Calgary AB Postpartum

I always tell my Mama practice members that the alignment and biomechanics of the pelvis change after giving birth, whether vaginally or via c-section. Often, these pelvic changes can cause discomfort while walking, sitting (for all those feedings!), and sleeping. In addition, new moms in Calgary AB struggle with neck, back, arm, or wrist pain due to the demands of caring for their new baby: these tasks include breast or bottle-feeding, pumping, holding baby, rocking baby, carrying the baby (especially in the car seat), and even the prolonged looking down at baby because you can't stop staring at your little miracle.

Understanding Postpartum Care in Calgary AB

The postpartum period is another massive shift in hormonal, biomechanical, and neurological function, and I want you to enjoy this time with your baby so you can thrive as a Mama. Too often, I hear the following: "I feel like I'm hunched forward and can't straighten up," "The past few weeks have been a blur, and I'm not sure how I've made it through." Or, "I don't want to move once the baby is comfortable, so my body ends up in the most awkward positions," "My emotions are all over the place, and I have no control over them," "I know my posture is so bad, but I can't seem to correct it."

Chiropractic is about structure and function. Your body went through an incredible transformation giving birth to your baby, and now, during this time of healing and change, you are expected to keep up with the demands of a new baby. Chiropractic adjustments help you move and function better. Adjustments increase brain function so your body and brain can better communicate and help correct your posture. They also speed up your recovery time assist your body to normalize pelvic and spinal joint function.

After having your baby, one of your first trips out of the house should be to your chiropractor at Chiropractic Center for Health.

Postpartum Symptoms Helped with Chiropractic

Ideally, I would see you within the first two weeks postpartum to help manage and prevent the following conditions:

  • Poor posture
  • Upper and/or Mid-back pain ("between the shoulder blades")
  • Neck pain and/or headaches
  • Wrist and/or elbow pain (think carpal tunnel and tendonitis)
  • Lower back pain (or any tension felt along the spine)
  • Sciatic pain
  • Hip pain
  • Pelvic pain
  • Pelvic floor dysfunction (No, you don't have to pee yourself just because you gave birth)
  • Diastasis Recti (Separation of your abs)
  • Fatigue and/or brain fogginess.


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Chiropractic Center for Health

768-500 Country Hills Blvd NE
Calgary, AB T3K 4Y7

(403) 226-4433