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Chiropractic Adjustments for Menstrual Pain Relief in Belmar, NJ

Chiropractic Adjustments for Menstrual Pain Relief | Chiropractic Care for Women in Belmar, NJ

Hello, everyone. Dr. Jodi Kinney here. Today, I want to share two chiropractic techniques that we use to help women experiencing menstrual cycle issues such as PMS, heavy periods, back pain, and cramping. The nerves originating from the lower back area extend into the uterus, reproductive organs, fallopian tubes, cervix, and the surrounding region that can become irritated and painful during the menstrual cycle. Chiropractic adjustments prove beneficial in alleviating these discomforts.

Flexion & Low Vertebrae Adjustments

The first technique is called flexion distraction. My specialized tables can bend and apply a gentle decompression, opening up the joints and disks. This process helps create a decompression effect, relieving pressure on the nerves that feed into the reproductive organs. It aids in reducing pain and discomfort associated with the menstrual cycle. The second technique involves adjusting the lower back vertebrae directly. The patient lies on their side, and I apply pressure to the specific area in the lower back before making the adjustment. This targets the vertebrae connected to the reproductive organs, providing relief from menstrual-related issues.These chiropractic adjustments can significantly help women dealing with pain, cramping, PMS, irregular periods, or conditions like PCOS. If you’re experiencing such challenges, consider visiting a chiropractor for support. We specialize in addressing these concerns and providing relief through natural and non-invasive methods.

Thank you for tuning in, and I look forward to seeing you soon.

Kinney Chiropractic

At Kinney Chiropractic, we pride ourselves in really listening and getting to the root cause of why you are in pain and not living up to your true potential. We go above and beyond with a thorough exam and specialized digital X-rays so we can fully understand what’s causing your problem.

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