Prenatal Chiropractor in Fernandina Beach

Dr. Jayde is a prenatal chiropractor in Fernandina Beach. Dr. Jayde’s gentle approach is safe for both mom and baby.

Prenatal Chiropractor

Working with a prenatal chiropractor during pregnancy is essential to improve over-all physiological function for both the mom and the baby. Dr. Jayde’s gentle approach is safe for both mom and baby.

She is a Webster Certified practitioner, which means she has completed extensive coursework focused on the care and needs of pregnant women. The patient-specific treatment aims to provide a more comfortable pregnancy and reduces the risk of potential intervention during birth. 


Dr. Jayde Working on Pregnant Patient.

Benefits for Mom:

  • Reduces interference in the nervous system, which coordinates all of the systems throughout her body
  • Balance the pelvis and reduce torsion on the ligaments supporting the uterus by mobilizing joint fixations and releasing ligament and muscle tension
  • Improve over-all function which reduces the risk of unnecessary intervention

Benefits for Baby:

  • Reduces interference on the mother’s nervous system, which allows for better baby development
  • Pelvic balance gives the baby plenty of room to grow and move into the best possible position for birth
  • By improving the baby’s positioning, the chances of unnecessary intervention are reduced as well as the risk of birth trauma associated with intervention

Dr. Jayde Working on a Pregnant Patient Laying Down.

The care that is offered at 8 Flags Chiropractic includes a holistic approach to achieving optimal health and function.

A typical care plan could include kinesiology tape application to support momma and relieve the lower back, myofascial release and Rebozo Sifting to improve range of motion and posture, and exercises/stretches prescribed specifically to the practice member’s needs.

What is the Webster Technique?

The Webster Technique is a specific chiropractic analysis and diversified adjustment. The goal of the adjustment is to reduce the effects of sacroiliac joint dysfunction as well as the muscular response to such dysfunction. In so doing, neuro-biomechanical function of the sacrum/pelvis is improved.

Pregnant mothers have a greater chance for sacral subluxation than the general population due to an increase in hormones, weight gain, and postural adaptations during pregnancy. If you would like further information, please visit the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association’s website.