FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Is the technique painful?
majority of women who receive the Webster Technique state that they experience no pain or discomfort at all. Occasionally,
some of the ligaments, joints, and bones that are contacted by the doctor may be tender or sore to the touch, similar to the
soreness that one may experience when they receive a massage.
How many treatments will I need?
is a difficult question to answer since it really varies from patient to patient. Each patient is unique and for that reason,
may respond differently to the technique. It is my experience that women usually require between one and five treatments.
Is it ever too late to have the Webster Technique performed?
The answer is a resounding NO! It is never
too late. As soon as you find out that your baby is breech, you should contact a chiropractor certified in the technique.
The earlier we begin the treatment, the better the chances are of the baby turning to the head-down-position. This makes sense
since the baby is smaller and has more room to move. However, many babies have turned during the 38th or even the 39th week