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Frequently Asked Questions

 Is pre/postnatal Chiropractic Care safe?

When you're thinking about seeking prenatal chiropractic care, your first concern is likely whether getting chiropractic care is safe for your baby. Good news: prenatal chiropractic care is widely regarded as one of the safest treatments for women and their growing babies. When you come into Langley Family Chiropractic for prenatal and/ or postnatal chiropractic care, Dr. Smith and her team will work with you to keep you informed and comfortable every step of the way. They'll be able to help you with many aspects of pregnancy, including adjusting your spine and hips to keep your body in alignment as your little one grows. Many women find that after a prenatal chiropractic adjustment, they're able to get excellent sleep and move through their day to day lives in a more comfortable way. It's key to get regular chiropractic adjustments during pregnancy, as the pressure on your spine will change over time and the joints will need to be adjusted as your baby grows.

Whether you're a first time mom or you've been through pregnancy before, you know that the safety of your baby is paramount. At Langley Family Chiropractic, Dr. Smith and her team feel the same way. Experienced in providing prenatal and postnatal chiropractic care, the Langley Family Chiropractic staff will ensure that you and your baby are safe while in their care. If you're searching for prenatal chiropractic care, or you've already had your little one and you're looking for postnatal chiropractic care, reach out to Langley Family Chiropractic today. They'll work with you to develop a unique care plan that makes sense for all of your prenatal chiropractic care (and postnatal chiropractic care) needs.

Do I need a referral from a physician?

No, you do not need a medical professional to refer you to us.

Do you take insurance?

We accept all major insurances and can bill directly for you.  We also accept and direct bill ICBC claims

What are the benefits of Chiropractic Care?

A chiropractor is trained to ensure your body is functioning at its best by using spinal manipulations to relieve pain in your muscles and joints by increasing blood flow and nerve and conductivity. 
You may benefit from chiropractic care if you are experiencing symptoms such as:

  • Headaches

  • Neck pain

  • Back pain

  • Stress

  • Poor sleep quality

  • Poor posture

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