The Webster Technique Explained

The uterus is where the baby develops and grows. The uterus may become constrained, or pulled. With this, the amount of space for the baby to move around and to get into the best position for birth is decreased. The Webster Technique focuses on both the tailbone and the round ligaments. As a chiropractor, my sole purpose is to align the bones of the spine and pelvis. Once I realign the tailbone, I then work to decrease the tightness in the round ligament(s). When the tailbone is realigned and the round ligament(s) are no longer stretched and tight, the uterus opens up to its optimal size. This gives the baby much more room to move about and to get into the best position for birth.