Prenatal, Infant and Pediatric Chiropractors
OptiLife is home to one of the most experienced prenatal and pediatric chiropractors in Tampa Florida. Dr. Amanda Metzger and Dr. Rachel Wroblewski both have extensive specialized training in the care of mothers, moms-to-be and children. Prenatal chiropractic adjustments will help with the “normal” back-aches and pains associated with pregnancy or the post-natal period. Therefore ensuring optimal spinal and pelvic health. We use specialized approaches for pregnant women, including the Webster technique that was specifically designed to help mothers through their pregnancy.
Dr. Metzger: Optilife Prenatal Chiropractor
Dr. Metzger has a masters in women’s health and has recently earned her CACCP from the ICPA (International Chiropractic Pediatric Association) Dr. Metzger has also received her Diplomate in Clinical Chiropractic Pediatrics.
Dr. Wroblewski is also seeking post-graduate education with the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association’s certification for Clinical Chiropractic Pediatrics’ and is also Certified in the Webster technique.
What is the Webster Technique?
The Webster technique is designed to analyze and adjust the woman’s pelvis to reduce sacral subluxation (joint dysfunction), improving the function of the pelvis. This treatment insures optimal room for your baby to grow and optimal nerve supply to help baby develop to his/her full potential! Call Optilife today and schedule an appointment with our highly trained prenatal chiropractor.
Whether born naturally or via C-section your baby endures traumatic stresses to his/her spine and spinal cord while coming into this world. Chiropractic care is very important for infants.
Pediatric Chiropractic Services
Children of all ages can benefit from gentle child specific adjustments. Pediatric Chiropractic adjustments also help with many common childhood conditions including: colic, ear infections, scoliosis, asthma, headaches, allergies and bed wetting. Studies show that pediatric chiropractic care may even help children overcome developmental and behavioral problems.