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  • Turn Turn Turn: Options for Breech Babies

    A breech presentation refers to the position of the baby in the uterus. It is normal, up to the seventh month of pregnancy, for the baby to be in a head-up, or breech, position. After the seventh month, any position other than vertex (head-down) may...

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  • Breech Baby? You May Not Need A C-Section After All

    Just because your baby decides he'd rather be born bottom-first doesn't necessarily mean you should get a cesarean section, says a study in the British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. In fact, routine...

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  • All According to Plan: A Breech Homebirth Story

    Our birth plan with Chase was rigid: Rose knew exactly how it would happen and exactly what she wanted. But life taught her that things do not always go according to plan. Little did we know that this lesson was going to be delivered in spades. It...

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  • ICPA Research

    ICPA Peer Reviewed Published Papers and Current Projects Current Projects Papers Accepted for Publication 2016 Papers Accepted for Publication 2015 Papers...

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  • The Webster In-Utero Constraint Technique: A Case Series

    Abstract Objective: To describe through a case series presentation the chiropractic care of 6 women with medically-diagnosed breech pregnancies at various weeks of gestation in their third trimester. Clinical Features: The table below...

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  • Spinal Cord Injury During Birth

    Recognized causative factors are traction on the infant's trunk during breech delivery, rotational stresses applied to the spinal axis, traction on the cord via the brachial plexus in shoulder dystocia, and...

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  • Questions About the Webster Technique

    Hello! I have found your website very helpful. I am looking for a chiropractor in the Denver area than can assist in turning a breech baby around. Do you have a database of chiropractors by their skill? Thanks, JAS It is important to...

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  • Application of the Webster In-Utero Constraint Technique: A Case Series

    From the abstract:   The purpose of this paper is to present a brief review of the medical versus chiropractic management of breech presentation. This paper includes a description of the Webster...

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  • Webster Technique to Avoid C-section

    A 41-year-old woman was recently reported to have avoided a planned cesarean section due to breech presentation through the use of the Webster technique. The Webster technique is a specific chiropractic adjustment used to facilitate ...

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  • The Webster Technique: Results from a Chiropractic Practice-Based Research Program

    Abstract Background and Significance: A chiropractic therapeutic intervention for pregnant women to address the pathophysiology of subluxation and the consequential intrauterine constraint is the Webster Technique. Clinical experience among...

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  • For Many Pregnant Moms, Webster Technique is the Key to a Safer Birth

    As a mom navigating her way through a high-risk pregnancy, news of one more complication just leaves you with more questions and concerns. When the news is that your baby is not in the head down (or vertex) position, your questions go something like...

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  • The Webster Technique: A Chiropractic Technique

    Objective: The purpose of this study is to survey members of the I.C.P.A. regarding their experiences with the Webster Technique. The Webster Technique is a chiropractic technique designed to...

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  • Expanding Our Focus: C-Section Recovery

    In 2009, the most recent year for which final data is available, a record 32.9 percent of women gave birth by C-section, according to the National Vital Statistics System, part of the Centers for Disease Control. Preliminary data shows that in 2010...

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  • Essential Ingredients for a Natural Birth

    In addition to regularly visiting your chiropractor during your pregnancy, consider these nine holistic paths to strengthen your mind, body and spirit for your upcoming birth. Homeopathy Homeopathy is a gentle system of care that has been...

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