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ID 21060
  Title Resolution of breech presentation using an Activator adjusting instrument to administer Webster’s Technique in three women undergoing chiropractic care [case report]
URL https://www.vertebralsubluxationresearch.com/2017/09/11/resolution-of-breech-presentation-using-an-activator-adjusting-instrument-to-administer-websters-technique-in-three-women-undergo-chiropractic-care-a-case-series/
Journal J Pediatr Matern & Fam Health - Chiropr. 2010 Winter;2010(1):Online Access only p 18-21
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Publication Type Case Report
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Objective: To describe the results obtained in three women with breech presentations (In-Utero Constraint) who experienced a turning of the fetus using the Activator Adjusting Instrument (AAI) in conjunction with the Webster's Protocol.

Clinical Features: Three women presented to the author's office specifically for reduction of In Utero Constraint and were found to have subluxations consistent with the Webster analysis and protocol.

Interventions and Outcomes: Webster's Technique was administered with the sacral component completed using the Activator adjusting instrument. Each fetus successfully turned within 4 visits. Of the three, two went on to have normal vaginal deliveries while one developed other complications during delivery and required an emergency C-section.

Conclusion: The Activator Adjusting Instrument was used successfully in these cases to reduce the posterior sacral subluxation component of the Webster In-Utero Constraint Technique.

Author Keywords: Activator Adjusting Instrument, In Utero Constraint, Webster’s Technique, Pregnancy, Breech Baby, Vertebral subluxation, Chiropractic

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