Dr. 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.
In 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.
“Dr. Danielle Trombetta is wonderfull! I found their office after researching the Webster Method in hopes of changing the position of my baby who was breech at 32 weeks. Not only did she get him to flip into normal position in two weeks, I was able to deliver my first child with only 20 minutes of pushing. She alleviated the pain in my joints during my final two months of pregnancy and during the postpartum period. I now recommend her chiropractic care to any pregnant woman. She felt like a partner during my pregnancy and I will remain a patient of hers for years to come!”
“I can’t say enough about this office and their professionalism. Dr. Danielle Trombetta has treated me for the last couple months of my pregnancy and she has been simply amazing. Initially, she spent a great deal of time with me to really accurately assess my condition. After that, her chiropractic treatment has been thorough and perfectly tailored to my needs. She is professional, passionate about what she does, fair and honest. My results have been wonderful and I would recommend this practice to anyone.”
“Dr. Danielle Trombetta’s care was instrumental in helping me have the birth experience I had always dreamed of with my second child. After having a very difficult labor with my first child, I was directed to Dr. Trombetta for her expertise in the Webster Method. I found Dr. Trombetta to be professional, caring and friendly. She was always kind to my four year old daughter and she and her husband have a wonderful family friendly practice. Because of her care, I was able to have a very quick, all natural, beautiful six hour labor. My first labor was thirty excruciating hours with back labor! I am now a believer in chiropractic care for pregnant women and I would highly recommend Dr. Trombetta to any mommy-to-be!”
‘I started seeing Dr. Danielle Trombetta during my pregnancy due to significant sciatic pain. Her chiropractic care was the only thing that made me feel better. As an additional benefit, I no longer get headaches! She has truly made a significant difference in how I feel every day. Dr. Trombetta started providing care for my son shortly after he was born and has helped to make him a happy, healthy baby!”
There. Are. No. Words. to express how very grateful we are that we found Dr. Danielle Trombetta.
After having a breach delivery our newborn daughter needed care, especially on her cranium.
Dr. Trombetta was able to get us in quickly at a convenient office location, and spent a lengthy amount of time with us – understanding our concerns and identifying our needs for our daughter. She worked calmly, delicately and compassionately with our little one during her adjustments. I greatly appreciate that she used her hands and no instruments to adjust our newborn. I never felt rushed during our appointments and appreciated the positive energy she shared.
Sadly we relocated to another state and are no longer able to see Dr. Danielle. We have been searching for months to find a good chiropractor for our daughter but no one comes close to what we became accustomed to with Dr. Danielle.
Not only was she all the things I listed above but she also did amazing work on our daughter. As we interview new practitioners we are told over and over how “perfectly symmetrical” our daughters head is and how well she is aligned especially for a breach baby.
There are so many children we see that have the Doc-Band helmets for their head restructure. Thanks to Dr. Danielle, our daughter never needed one. So, as I said at the beginning of this, “There. Are. No. Words.” for the work Dr. Danielle Trombetta has performed for us, we highly, highly recommend her services.
I came to Dr. Trombetta during my first pregnancy and I am so happy that I did. Her knowledge, skill and passion for her work shine through in her care. Every appointment was thorough and my questions and concerns were answered and addressed. Our baby is six months old and our family continues to receive excellent care at Gentle Touch Head & Spine. We highly recommend Drs’. Aaron and Danielle Trombetta!
Yes, most pregnant women respond very favorably to being adjusted. This means less pain in the low back, legs and between the shoulders, complaints frequently associated with pregnancy.
We consider it an honor when parents allow us to treat their children as part of their healthy family plan! Children often respond faster and better because of their incredible ability to heal themselves. 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. d an answer to this item.
The adjustment known as the Webster Technique offers a safe means with which to restore proper pelvic balance and function. Discovered in 1978 by Dr. Larry Webster, founder of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, this specific sacral analysis and diversified sacral adjustment may benefit the type of biomechanical restriction that can cause symptoms such as low back pain, sciatic neuralgia, and other symptoms associated with sacral subluxation and/ or S/I joint dysfunction. The technique can be used on all weight bearing individuals presenting with this biomechanical restriction, and is therefore applicable for the entire population.
When used during pregnancy, this very specific chiropractic analysis and adjustment helps reduce interference to the nervous system and balances the muscles around the pelvis. 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.