There are so many great providers in Phoenix, AZ. I am talking chiropractic care, acupuncture, cleaning services, maternity and birth photography and videography, infant sleep consultant, and so much more! Never settle for sup-par quality. Sometimes it can be difficult to find these great providers so I have compiled a convenient list of all offices I have personally had great service from and would recommend. Of course these providers can handle it all but most are specialized in the fields of pregnancy, childbirth, and newborn or new mom.Try them out! Please let them know you heard about them from Organic Birthing, some offer special perks to the Organic Birthing community!
Maternity, Birth, and Newborn Photographer
My name is Hillarie Mae Laver and I live, work, play and take pictures in Mesa, AZ. My husband and I have two adorable little hooligans named Rhone (age 3) and Lucy (10 months) and everything we do is for them. We love spending time together, hiking, ice-cream, hunting for bugs and cuddle time on the couch. My first passion is being a wife and mom, but everything else is photography.
As a photographer, my job is to artistically document emotions, details and life. I want to preserve your memories and give you images that you will remember and cherish forever. I know how precious pictures of your baby’s fingers are and your husband’s face when you walk down the isle and preserving these memories for you would be an honor.
Chiropractic Care: Dr. Timmie is a prenatal and pediatric chiropractor providing home visits for families in the Phoenix metro area. She is trained in the Webster Technique to analyze the alignment and movement of your pelvis and sacrum and make specific corrections to restore normal motion to these joints.
Women who receive regular prenatal chiropractic care may benefit from greater comfort throughout pregnancy, decreased time in labor, relief from back, hip and pelvic pain, less fatigue, optimal fetal positioning and a decreased need for C-section.
Home visits save you the stress and hassle of fitting another appointment into your busy schedule. They allow for more time with your doctor to get all of your questions answered and to learn proactive ways to engage in your health.
Chiropractic Care with Dr Meagan Istok
3651 E. Baseline Rd, Suite E104, Gilbert, AZ 85234
Anatomical model of pregnancy
Resolving nerve interferences where the sacrum joins the pelvis (hip) helps balance the pelvis and prepare for the optimal delivery of the baby.
Nerve Interferences where the sacrum joins the pelvis (hip) can be quite common during the course of pregnancy. Besides potentially interfering with the baby assuming the normal head-down position in preparation for delivery, it can produce a variety of symptoms in mothers preparing for the culmination of their pregnancy.
The Sacral Nerve Interference
Developed by the late Larry Webster, D.C., the chiropractic technique he developed and taught chiropractors around the world, helps release stress on the pelvis, relaxing surrounding ligaments and reducing the sacral nerve interference to help restore more normal function.
Sacral nerve interferences may cause the tightening and twisting of pelvic muscles and ligaments, constraining the uterus. The goal of the adjustment is to reduce the effects of nerve interference and the associated dysfunction of the sacroiliac joint. The result? Neurobiomechanical function in the sacral/pelvic region is improved, benefiting pregnant mothers or others with sacral nerve interferences.
High Success Rate
The July/August 2002 issue of the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics reports that 82% of chiropractors using the Webster Technique reported success in reducing the sacral nerve interference.
Sometimes when using the Webster Technique, the associated dysfunction of the sacroiliac joint can be reduced with just one adjustment. But usually it takes between three to 10 visits over a several week period.
Because the Webster Technique relies on the inborn intelligence of the mother and baby, there is little risk. The Webster Technique is based on the positive experiences of pregnant patients, the clinical experience of its many practitioners, academic studies on the subject of sacral nerve interference and its consequences to proper pelvic function.
Rooted Community Acupuncture
Rooted Community Acupuncture is temporarily offering Pop-Up Clinics while we prepare to open our doors. Pop-Up Clinics would be hosted in your home and include those friends and family you would like to share the experience with.A Pop-Up will start by setting up our comfy reclining chairs in your space, bringing down the lights, and putting on some relaxing music. when your guests arrive they will be seated in one of the chairs and be given the choice of 2 treatments: relaxation or balancing. Then they will rest/sleep for 45 minutes. After the resting period, there will be light refreshments, and a short explanation as to what Rooted Community Acupuncture is and where we will be located.
The price per person will be the same sliding scale that we will have in our clinic: $15-$35, you decide!
ZenBands Relaxation Headphones
A trendy, fun headband made with cool, lightweight cotton that comes with removable, flat speakers that, unlike regular headphones, are super-comfortable while relaxing, don’t fall out of your ears, and put almost no pressure on your ears. The speakers easily plug into your phone. The ZENBand also works as an eye-mask to keep out disturbing ambient light, in order to enhance your body’s relaxation response. Keeping in mind the importance of color on mood, the ZENBand uses the foundations of color therapy and comes in a variety of options. It’s great for every day use, for lounging around, as well as stress reduction, relaxation, anxiety relief, sound therapy, hypnotherapy, hypnobirthing and more!