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Is it safe to get adjusted during pregnancy?
Not only is it completely safe for both mother and baby, chiropractic actually increases the chances of safe labor and delivery.
Should I wait until my third trimester to get adjusted?
You should never wait to get adjusted! We can adjust moms in all stages of pregnancy, and we recommend you start chiropractic care as soon as possible so your body has time to get the maximum benefits from your adjustments.
Is your doctor certified in the Webster technique?
Dr. Phil has been proudly Webster certified since 2007.
My baby is breech. Will chiropractic flip my baby?
The Webster method is not a baby-flipping technique, and we will never guarantee that your baby will change position. However, many mothers that we have adjusted using the Webster method have found their babies in the proper, head-down position before birth. This is because the Webster technique is designed to maximize space in the womb, allowing the baby to reposition itself naturally.
How soon can I get adjusted after having my baby?
Right away! Chiropractic care can help make postpartum recovery easier and quicker. We have had moms come in to get adjusted on their way home from the hospital.
How soon can I get my baby adjusted after birth?
Our doctor adjusted all three of his own children on the day they were born. He can do the same for yours! Birth is hard on a baby’s spine, especially their cervical (neck) area. It is never too early to get your child adjusted.
What conditions can chiropractic help with?
Chiropractic care can address a variety of conditions. Until we’re able to see you in person and examine your unique case, we won’t be able to give you an accurate answer. We invite you to call us and make an appointment for a New Patient Evaluation, where we can determine if you are eligible for chiropractic care.
Do you take Medicaid?
Unfortunately, Medicaid does not cover chiropractic care in the state if New Mexico. If this ever changes, we will make sure you know about it.
Do you take insurance?
We are a self-pay office. We keep our rates low to be comparable with most people’s copays, and offer various care plans with discount options depending on what kind of care you’ll need.