Like most methods of turning breech babies, there is skepticism about how well it works, if at all. Here a chiropractor expresses concern about mamas relying on webster to change a baby’s position, risking breech birth or cesarean when it could be turned by other means.
Why it might work:
Imagine your uterus is a latex balloon. The muscles that support and hold it to your body are like strings. If one of them is super tight, it changes the shape of your womb and causes your baby to lay differently. If your uterus or pelvic area is torqued or otherwise stressed or tight, chiropractic care and especially the Webster technique is supposed to free baby up to move head down.