Anyone know of a practioner that does this? Preferably in the Baltimore area.
Is this something a chiropractor would/could do? I don't have any experience with her but I've seen Dr. Tracey Ball recommended for chiropractic pregnancy needs. She is trained in the webster technique for turning breech babies.
here's her website: http://www.activehealthchiropractic.com/activehealthchiropractic/index.php
Creative - Wife to 1 mother to 4 , , , and always . (Learning Grace and patience)
Two people who have helped me with ligament issues are Dr. Carol Phillips in Annapolis---her speciality is pre-natal, post-partum and pediatric chiropractic with cranio-sacral work and myofascial release. She's the best, and she taught the lady who started spinningbabies.com
Dr. Phillips stays very booked up, but if you're pregnant, she'll do all in her power to work you in.
If you're not pregnant, Jeanine Olson, a rolfer in Baltimore, is excellent for all sorts of ligament issues. She doesn't take pregnant clients, though. She's a lot easier to get an appointment with :) I know some area midwives routinely send women in pain to her.
Hope you get to feeling better soon!
For those reading this in the Northern Virginia area, Dr. Brandon Lemuel over at Palmercare Chiropractic in Vienna did an amazing job on my round ligaments when i was seeing him for chiropractic during my pregnancy. I so looked forward to the visits just to feel the ligaments relaxing.
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