Prenatal massage alleviates discomfort during pregnancy through the use of long, gentle strokes
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$45 for a 60-minute prenatal massage (a $90 value)
During the prenatal massage, a pre-natal certified massage therapist eases general aches, pains, and reduces overall stress.
Kara Dudowicz, 11923
Kara at Caring for Women Chiropractic
Dr. Kara—a former college basketball player—was educated at Parker University's College of Chiropractic. During her clinical internship, she spent three months in Bogota, Columbia as a member of the Colombian Olympic committee, where she provided chiropractic care to athletes and the actors who play them on TV. She finished up her education with certifications in active-release technique, Webster technique, Graston technique, and kinesiotape, all of which are performed on a daily basis at her own practice. She also specializes in helping expectant mothers find relief from discomfort with prenatal massages.