Chicago Acupuncture During Pregnancy
Acupuncture During Pregnancy
at Ravenswood Chiropractic in Andersonville
Acupuncture can be a safe and effective solution for many pregnancy related symptoms.
Acupuncture for Morning Sickness
Pregnancy related nausea can easily be relieved with a few acupuncture points, herbal tea, and self care, with acupressure points that will be demonstrated to you during your visit.
Acupuncture for Labor Pain
Using acupuncture to reduce labor pain can be started in the 32nd week to prepare the body for delivery and continued through out labor and delivery. Leave in seeds can also be placed in the ear along with a few other body points to reduce pain and promote a healthy delivery.
Acupuncture for Retained Placenta or Abnormal Bleeding
Acupuncture and Chinese herbal formulas can be used to assist with removal of the placenta and to help stop bleeding as well as nourishing blood to heal the uterus and reproductive system.
Chiropractic During Pregnancy
Our Clinic has an expert and highly experienced Prenatal Chiropractic Physician, Read More about Chiropractic During Pregnancy….
Our clinic has expert prenatal massage therapists, Read More about Pregnancy Massage ….
Acupuncture After Pregnancy
Acupuncture after pregnancy is also safe and effective to address many postpartum concerns and can be done if breastfeeding.
Acupuncture for Insufficient Lactation
Insufficient lactation can be helped by stimulating production of milk through the acupuncture meridians and self care techniques.
Acupuncture for Postpartum Depression
Postpartum depression is a very common complaint with new mother’s. Acupuncture is used to balance the hormones within the body that can easily become out of balance during pregnancy and delivery.
Acupuncture for Exhaustion and Fatigue
Exhaustion and fatigue are another common complaint that is treated by tonifing Qi and blood with Acupuncture and Chinese herbs. The cause can be related to the heavy demand from pregnancy, labor, and caring for your new little one.
Acupuncture for Postpartum Pain
Postpartum pain and discomfort can be treated effectively after learning about your pregnancy and delivery history.