Sometimes when a woman is trying to get pregnant and it’s not happening she thinks she’s one of the only people in the world having such a problem. That said, infertility issues are much more common than the average person assumes. Almost 10% of the population has to deal with infertility issues.
When a person thinks of visiting a chiropractor, it’s usually regarding back or neck issues. But what about infertility? Can a chiropractor help with that? Well, think of a chiropractor as someone who helps a person with their overall health– and that includes infertility issues.
Research studies in the past have shown that chiropractic care has helped couples become pregnant. Instead of opting for In Vitro Fertilization, which is something that can cost more than $10,000 per attempt, couples have the option to discuss their infertility issues with their chiropractor. Oftentimes, a chiropractor will help patients reduce stress and any interferences happening in the body– with a focus on the nervous system. Promoting health from the inside out, chiropractic care generally helps people live healthier lives, whereas their nutritional intake improves, they start exercising more, and they decrease stress. Utilizing chiropractic care, a couple can improve their breathing, digestion, and blood vessel dilation. In turn, their improved health may help move a fertilized egg into the fallopian tubes. A chiropractor can also help “untwist” a woman’s pelvis, if needed, to take pressure off reproductive organs.
If you want to know more, you’re welcome to Google chiropractic and infertility to read the various studies that have been done. Keep in mind that it takes two people to get pregnant, so chiropractic care is important for both a man and a woman who want to conceive.
Have you been having trouble getting pregnant? Are you looking for a drug-free, alternative, cost-effective way to improve your chances? Consider chiropractic care at Lakewoods Chiropractic in Forest Lake, MN. Make an appointment at Lakewoods Chiropractic by calling the office at 651-464-0800 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.