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Can a Chiropractor Help My Baby Breastfeed?

Chiropractor in Evergreen

Can Chiropractic Care Help With My Baby’s Latch?

Do you remember being born?

Me neither.  Thank goodness!

I remember giving birth, though.  That was hard work!  It’s hard work for a baby making their way through the birth canal as well!  It only makes sense that their little spines would be out of alignment after that experience.  This often causes latch and suckling issues in infants.

Does Your Baby Prefer One Breast Over the Other?

You probably answered yes.  Babies often develop a preference, and that is normal.  However, they may prefer nursing on one side because it hurts to nurse on the other side.  Getting your baby adjusted can give her a better range of motion to take either breast comfortably.

 

Dr. Katy Mooberry is a chiropractor here in Evergreen, Colorado.  She has her certification in Pediatric Chiropractic and is also certified in the Webster Technique.  She discusses common breastfeeding problems and how chiropractic care can help on her blog.  Read her full blog post here.

 

 

 


The Magic of the 5 Day Live In

Nanny Summit County

What are you supposed to do when you come home from the hospital?

You are coming home with your new baby.  You are exhausted.  You are bleeding.  Your vagina hurts, or your Cesarean incision hurts… or BOTH.

You walk into your house to a sink full of dishes, 5 loads of laundry, a half put together nursery, and all your hormones!

You cry.

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Robyn’s Story

Artwork by Robyn Thayer https://www.etsy.com/shop/StudioLila

Artwork by Robyn Thayer
https://www.etsy.com/shop/StudioLila

Homebirth Story

“I could feel the ancientness in my own bones moving, widening.  The burning in my ass was almost more than I could bare- and that is key -“almost”.  Somehow I bared it all.  Somehow it didn’t kill me.  Somehow my uterus did just whatever it needed to do in the exact time it needed to do it in.”

My beautiful, strong, brave, and bold friend Robyn was so kind to share her story with me (and the world- via the web.)

Regardless of where you feel comfortable giving birth, or how you feel comfortable giving birth, I invite you to read her story and see birth from her perspective.

No right or wrong way

We are lucky to have so many options for birth in our state.

So many places (hospitals, home, birth centers)

So many  tools.

So many kinds of support people.

 

You may read Robyn’s full story here

 

 

 

 


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