Chiropractic. Physical Therapy. Functional Medicine. Nutrition. Doula.
Our doctors are highly qualified and experienced professionals, who have dedicated their careers to providing exceptional care. With advanced degrees, extensive training and a wealth of clinical experience, our team is committed to staying at the forefront of medical advancements in their fields. Whether you are seeking treatment for a specific condition or simply seeking preventive care, you can trust that our team has the knowledge, skills, and expertise necessary to provide you with the highest quality care.
Dr. Joi Gaddy Egbuniwe is a highly skilled and experienced healthcare professional, with expertise in chiropractic and physical therapy.
As a board-certified practitioner in both fields, she has dedicated her career to providing comprehensive and personalized care to women throughout their pregnancy and postpartum journey.
With a passion for perinatal health, Dr. Joi has established herself as a leading expert in the field.
Physical therapy is a type of healthcare that aims to help people with physical impairments or disabilities improve their mobility, function, and quality of life. This therapy involves the use of a variety of techniques, exercises, and equipment, such as stretching, strengthening, and conditioning exercises, joint mobilization, massage, heat or cold therapy, and electrical stimulation. The goal of physical therapy is to help patients manage pain, recover from injuries or surgeries, improve their strength and flexibility, and restore their ability to perform daily activities. Physical therapists work closely with their patients to develop customized treatment plans that address their specific needs and goals. They also provide education on injury prevention and management, as well as strategies for maintaining optimal physical health and wellness.
Childbirth education refers to a process of learning and preparing for childbirth, typically through a series of classes, workshops, or courses. The goal of childbirth education is to provide expecting parents with the knowledge, skills, and confidence they need to make informed decisions about their childbirth experience and to navigate the physical and emotional challenges of labor and delivery. Childbirth education covers a range of topics, including the anatomy and physiology of pregnancy and childbirth, pain management techniques, the stages of labor, breastfeeding, and newborn care. Classes may also cover topics such as childbirth preparation, postpartum care, and parenting skills. Childbirth education is typically offered by hospitals, birthing centers, and private instructors, and can be tailored to meet the needs and preferences of expecting parents. By providing education and support, childbirth education can help parents feel more prepared and empowered as they navigate the journey of childbirth and parenthood.
Entering motherhood can be a joyful and exciting experience, but it can also be challenging and overwhelming for many families. To provide support during this transition, there are a variety of resources available to help families navigate the early stages of parenthood. One common form of support is prenatal education, which can include classes on childbirth, breastfeeding, and infant care. In addition to education, there are also support groups and counseling services available to help families address any emotional or mental health concerns. Many communities also have programs that provide practical assistance, such as meal delivery or in-home help with household chores, to help alleviate some of the burdens that come with caring for a new baby. By providing a combination of education, emotional support, and practical assistance, we can help families feel more confident and empowered as they enter into the wonderful and challenging journey of motherhood.