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We are very excited to announce the growth of ICAN (Intl Cesarean Awareness Network) of St. Louis. We now have a Saturday morning meeting as well.<br><br>
Attention all moms and moms-to-be!<br>
Are you looking for information or support regarding cesarean prevention, recovery, or vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC)?<br>
Have you always wanted to attend an ICAN meeting but were unable to because of other commitments? Here's your chance to connect with us.<br>
Join us for our first-ever Saturday morning meeting!<br><br>
Saturday, December 1 at 11:00 am<br><br>
Kangaroo Kids<br>
10090 Manchester Road<br>
Glendale, MO 63122<br><br>
Topic: Chiropractic Care For Pregnancy, Postpartum, and Beyond<br>
Guest Speaker: Michelle Dunajcik, DC<br><br>
Dr. Dunajcik is a chiropractor certified by the ICPA in Pediatrics and the Webster Technique and is experienced in adjusting pregnant women and children. With nearly 13% of all cesareans being performed due to breech presentation, the Webster Technique has been highly successful in relieving intrauterine constraint and allowing babies to get into the best possible position for birth. Dr. Dunajcik has used her knowledge of the female body and nervous system to help moms have a more comfortable pregnancy, birth, and postpartum period. You don’t want to miss her!<br><br>
Dads, doulas, childbirth educators, moms, and other interested parties are welcome to attend. Children and babies are welcome! Meetings last one hour but there is time for visitings afterwards.<br><br>
For more information, pm me, or email <a href="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</a> or visit<br><br>
ICAN of St. Louis also holds regular monthly meetings every second Monday of the month, 10:00AM at Kangaroo Kids.<br><br>
The International Cesarean Awareness Network, Inc. (<a href="" target="_blank"></a>) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve maternal-child health by preventing unnecessary cesareans through education, providing support for cesarean recovery, and promoting Vaginal Birth After Cesarean (VBAC).
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