Chiropractic For Moms and Babies – and a Contest

Would you like to learn more about chiropractic?

I do, and that is why I’ve arranged to interview Dr. Daisy Sutherland, a homeschooling stay at home Mom of 5 and chiropractic doctor. Dr. Daisy, as she is fondly called, is also a freelance writer and business owner. She is a natural Mom if I ever met one!

I’ve got a number of questions I’d like to ask Dr. Daisy, especially about how chiropractic can help with the common health complaints of Moms and babies.

What would you like to learn from Dr. Daisy? Post your questions in the comments box below and I’ll make sure that your question is asked.


Oh, and to make things more fun, I’m going to give a gift to the one who posts the best question. So be sure to include your name, city and country in your comment. Sorry, but this contest is only open to those who live in the United States and Canada.

What’s the prize? A herbal pillow from Pillows of Lavender — a natural way to relax in the middle of your hectic day.

The contest ends on Labor Day, September 1, 2008. Post your questions today!

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  • Here’s a question.

    How, given the weight of evidence that demonstrates that chiropracty has NO benefit to the human body (Outside of just feeling good when someone else touches you) can one justify its use as ‘treatment of heath complaints’?

    How indeed when not only does it have no benefits, but it’s also capable of causing great harm?
    (As just one example of evidence)

  • Mary Ann Fitzharris says:

    I hurt the upper right quadrant of my back years ago. I went to physical therapy, which took care of the muscle spasms. However, I still feel a twinge now and then. How can I manage my back pain better?

  • I’ve gone to a chiropractor in the past for relief of ailments. Could you share with us some of the holistic reasons people should have chiropractic care even when pain is not an issue?

  • Marjorie says:

    I carry all my stress in my neck. When I go to my chiropractor/kinesilogist(sp?) He always has to adjust my neck. Any ideas how not to carry stress in the neck area?? Any relaxation or sleeping tips that might help?

  • Claudia Beck says:


    Can you suggest some daily and or weekly exercises or stretches we can teach our children to do to be proactive with their physical health to help them avoid needing to go to a chiropractor?

    Thank you!
    Claudia Beck

  • Dr Daisy,

    Can you give some of the reasons/benefits that chiropractic care would be good for babies & children?

    My mother, In-laws & husband visit their chiropractor regularly and feel immediate benefits of the treatment & relief of pain.

    PS Love Pillows of Lavender ;-0

  • Estella Kasala says:

    I have never been to a Chiropractor. What benefits i can get from visiting one? How will i know he/she is a legitimate practitioner?

  • Is chiropractic treatment recommended for all ages and is there any age group that it is particularly dangerous for?

  • I am currently nursing my third child. When I am not nursing I am a 38DD, when I am nursing I go up to an F or a G cup. On top of this pain in my back, I seem to carry a lot of stress in my lower back and my bum, as well as the usual neck and shoulders. Some days it gets so bad that I can hardly stand up, much less walk. My question is, will a chiropractor be able to help with this, and, if so, are there some specialties within the practice to look for to help with this specific problem?

  • Lexi says:

    Thanks for submitting your questions everybody! I’ll be posting the winner’s name in a few minutes.

  • Alexis says:

    Congratulations Claudia Beck! Please email me at with your shipping address (US or Canada only please). Thank you very much.

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