Fort Wayne Pregnancy Back PainThe news of being pregnant brings tears of joy … until lower back pain during pregnancy brings tears of pain!But joy can be restored during pregnancy. Fort Wayne pregnant mothers don’t have to merely put up with lower back pain and/or leg pain while the baby grows. Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc uses the gentlest chiropractic treatment to relieve pain for Fort Wayne pregnant mothers just like you!As you well know, deli meat, sugar substitutes, soft cheeses, unwashed fruits are not recommended for you and baby.(1) Nor are drugs, x-rays, and surgery the safest options for lower back pain relief during pregnancy – for mother or baby. So what do the 76% of pregnant women who have lower back pain or the 45% who have leg pain do?(2,3) They can find help from their local chiropractic office in Fort Wayne, like Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc.Chiropractic relieves pregnancy back pain safely and gently. It’s safe.(4) It’s research-tested. It’s effective with 94% reporting significant relief in 4.5 days and 1.8 visits.(5) It’s possible to be back pain-free during your pregnancy.Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc specifically uses Cox Technic to successfully relieve pregnancy related back pain like lower back pain and leg pain for many Fort Wayne expectant mothers. For them, this non-drug, gentle, safe spinal manipulation is a godsend. (Never fear! You don’t have to lie on your stomach!) One published paper reports a 26-year-old woman with back pain and related leg pain during pregnancy found relief in just one visit.(6) Just imagine shopping for baby or enjoying a pre-baby pedicure or manicure with no back pain or leg pain!Read the reference articles about pregnancy back pain and chiropractic relief, then contact Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc to wipe away the tears of pain and replace them again with tears of joy that most Fort Wayne pregnant women feel. "This information and website content is not intended to diagnose, guarantee results, or recommend specific treatment or activity. It is designed to educate and inform only. Please consult your physician for a thorough examination leading to a diagnosis and well-planned treatment strategy. See more details on the DISCLAIMER page. Content is reviewed by Dr. James M. Cox I."