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Pre-Natal and Pediatric Chiropractic

IMG_2977Dr. Danielle Trombetta, D.C.’s certification and passion for treating children and pregnant mothers will prove especially valuable to families in their reproductive years.

The birthing process is often a difficult and sometimes traumatic event for both mother and baby. Chiropractic has been shown to alleviate symptoms such as back pain during pregnancy and to help decrease labor time and help with dystocia or difficult labor. Many complications, such as a breech presentation can sometimes be avoided, or even reversed when the baby is allowed more room to grow and move around in the womb.  This can be accomplished, in part, by the Webster Technique during the 7th-9th months of pregnancy.


Published studies show that chiropractic care can be effective in caring for childhood symptoms from illnesses and conditions such as colic, bed-wetting, ear infections, digestive issues, etc.  In addition to adjusting people of all ages and for a wide range of symptoms, Dr. Danielle Trombetta, D.C.’s certification and passion for treating children and pregnant mothers rounds out a program that offers gentle and effective healthcare for the whole family.


Dr. Danielle Trombetta, D.C., a native of Wisconsin, attended the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Science and Chemistry and graduated in with honors 2001.  She then attended Palmer College of Chiropractic where she received her Doctorate of Chiropractic degree, graduating Cum Laude in June 2005.  While at Palmer, Dr. Trombetta, D.C. participated in the Palmer Clinic Abroad Program, which gave her the opportunity to treat the underserved population of Bequia (a small island in the Caribbean) with chiropractic care, and witness the miracles that resulted from removing interference to the nervous system, allowing the body to heal itself.
IMG_3057In addition, Dr. Danielle Trombetta, D.C. has received 132 hours of advanced training in pediatrics and the care of pregnant women from the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (I.C.P.A.).  She has also received specialized education and training in the Webster Technique.  This very specific chiropractic analysis and adjustment can reduce interference to the nervous system and balance the muscles around the pelvis.  This technique is available for all individuals with symptoms associated with sacral subluxation and/ or S/I joint dysfunction and can be used during pregnancy.  The adjustment may have positive outcomes in preventing the three causes of dystocia (obstructed or difficult labor), and may reduce the effects of intrauterine constraint, thus allowing the baby to move into the best possible position for birth, assisting with expectant mothers who present breech, transverse, posterior and with twins.

Dr. Danielle Trombetta, D.C. has also received her Nutrition Counseling Certification from the state of Wisconsin, along with additional training in wheat and gluten intolerance and cardio metabolic syndrome.



 (Click on the video below to visit the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association web site.)