What is Chiropractic?
Chiropractic is a holistic
CHIROPRACTIC AT HEALTH IN MOTION
Dr. Sara believes in taking time with each patient in order to best understand their current health and lifestyle concerns. She begins each patient relationship with an extensive consultation and examination to ensure she has gathered all of the information necessary to provide the most complete diagnosis and treatment. Dr. Sara utilizes a variety of chiropractic techniques based on patient conditions, comfort and wishes. She has experience with traditional manual techniques, including Gonstead, Diversified and Thompson. She also has experience with several low-force techniques, including Activator, Logan Basic and Sacro-Occipital Technique (SOT). Dr. Sara values the importance of the relationship between the bones and the soft tissues (muscles, ligaments, tendons, fascia) of the body so she has studied several soft tissue techniques, including Graston, NIMMO, yoga, physiotherapy and functional rehabilitation. With this unique set of skills, Dr. Sara can approach health care from a whole-person perspective, giving the body the best chance to heal itself in the shortest amount of time.
Prenatal/Postpartum Chiropractic with Dr. Sara of Health in Motion & BIRTHFIT Davenport
Dr. Sara is passionate about caring for and educating women throughout the Motherhood Transition. She has taken additional training to become Webster Technique certified as well as a BIRTHFIT Professional and Regional Director. Webster Technique is a specific chiropractic analysis and adjustment technique that has the goal of balancing the bones and soft tissues of the pelvis. This balance helps to relieve many discomforts in pregnancy, reduces intra-uterine constraint to give baby optimal positioning during labor and delivery, and can help mom have an easier postpartum recovery. Dr. Sara’s real passion is working with postpartum women as they rehab following pregnancy and birth. She sees so many women struggle with symptoms (such as incontinence and back pain) that they are told are normal when in actuality, there are so many things we can do to help these common (NOT NORMAL) symptoms.