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great health chiropractic in gresham
Great Health Chiropractic offers therapeutic care to alleviate pregnancy-related discomfort and
allow for smoother deliveries. For infants, children and teens, visiting a chiropractor promotes
healthy development and mitigates ailments associated with nervous system problems.
Gresham, OR - March 20, 2018 - Dr. Jeffrey Bratten, DC, of Great Health Chiropractic wants
current and prospective patients to know that he provides chiropractic care for expecting mothers,
as well as infants, children and teens.
The many changes a woman's body undergoes during pregnancy place a tremendous amount of
stress on her spine. Weight gain and her forward-shifting center of gravity often lead to low back
pain, insomnia, nausea, headaches and migraines and other troublesome symptoms for a
pregnant woman. A misaligned spine and stressed-out body can contribute to especially painful
deliveries or cause the baby to have difficulty getting into the proper position for birth.
According to research conducted by the American Medical Association Board of Trustees,
pregnant women who received chiropractic care during the third trimester experienced less pain
during labor and delivery. In another study, a significant number of women who visited a
chiropractor during pregnancy were far less reliant on painkillers during the birthing process.
Like adults, infants and children are susceptible to spinal misalignments (also called
subluxations), too. Many of the nervous system problems found in adults actually began in
childhood. Subluxations frequently occur as a result of the birthing process or as infants are
learning to walk. Older children may develop spinal misalignments because of regularly carrying a
heavy backpack or spending hours in front of a television or computer.
Spinal adjustments and related therapies optimize nerve signal transmission. Dr. Bratten uses
gentle techniques to correct subluxations in infants, children and teens to mitigate ailments
associated with nervous system dysfunction and promote optimal development.
To learn more about Dr. Bratten's practice and the services he provides for pregnant women and
families, visit www.greathealthchiropractic.com. Those who have questions about this press
release can reach the clinic through its website or use the following contact information:
Great Health Chiropractic
1155 NE Hogan Dr
Gresham, OR, 97030