According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than 6 million women in the United States are infertile, and over 9 million use some kind of infertility service.
A series of research papers regarding infertility published in the world-renowned Journal Of Vertebral Subluxation Research suggests that chiropractic adjustments, performed by chiropractors to address nerve interference caused by spinal distortions, could offer hope to many infertile women with their dreams of becoming mothers.
The 12 studies in the series found that chiropractic had positive results regardless of the woman’s age, number of years infertile, previous medical intervention or health history including miscarriages, blocked fallopian tubes, amenorrhea, colitis, or trauma. This is truly remarkable news given the broad scope of possibilities for women from all walks and histories.
“Dr. Davis is gentle and understanding. I felt heard and understood for once in my health journey. I am excited to be healthy and pregnant with our first child. Thanks, Dr. Davis!” stated Jennifer M., member of Wellpath Center for Natural Healthcare.
“Insult, Interference and Infertility: An Overview of Chiropractic Research,” the first article of the series, reviewed 14 retrospective articles on the possible effect of spinal problems on fertility. All of the women in these studies were found to have vertebral subluxations – misalignments and/or related problems of the spine that interfere with how the nerves work. These problems in the spine can be corrected by chiropractors with painless adjustments to the affected spinal area.
The stress histories of these infertile women included – but were not limited to – previous motor vehicle accidents, childhood falls, blocked fallopian tubes, scoliosis, and work stress that affected both mind and body. All of the women became pregnant after their subluxations were detected and corrected.
Vertebral subluxations rob countless people of an active, healthy, and fulfilling lifestyle. Infertility causes pain in the most sensitive of places–a woman’s heart!