This webinar will discuss the ever-changing arthokinematics of a pregnant patient. It will explore the challenges doctors of chiropractic encounter when treating back pain associated with pregnancy.
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Mary Beth Minser is a graduate of the University of Northwestern Health Sciences of Bloomington in Minnesota. She completed a pediatric fellowship at Northwestern through the ICPA. She currently practices at Minser Chiropractic Clinic in St. Cloud, MN. She has owned that clinic for 28 years focusing on the care of women and children’s health and wellness. She has served the chiropractic profession on the Board of Directors, First Vice- President and as President in 2003-2004 of the Minnesota Chiropractic Association. She has served on the Alumni Board of Directors at the University of Northwestern Health Sciences. She has served as an extended faculty through the Community Based Internship program at Northwestern. She has done many lectures to community organizations and has lectured at state associations and appeared on talk radio shows. She has testified before the MN senate subcommittee on cost containment in personal injuries and lobbied on a state level on many topics that further the advancement of chiropractic and public health. She has studied the Bradley Method for Labor and Delivery , cranial/sacral therapy and nutritional supplementation. She has been a member of the American Chiropractic Association for 28 years.
She has a passion and love of helping families reach health goals through chiropractic. She believes the joy of working with children is seeing life through a different perspective. Children make you laugh, smile and fill your heart with joy. As a mother of 2 grown children, her clinic and personal life’s experience bring great insight for caring for those in their developing years. She enjoys chiropractic prenatal care and family based natural healthcare.
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