Labor pain might be a standout amongst the most intense pain encounters a woman may go through. But this Brazilian specialist has conceived a technique to minimize the pain and let the pregnant woman experience the joy of giving birth. Dr Fernando Guedes da Cunha, known as 'the moving specialist', posts recordings on Instagram of himself busting moves with intensely pregnant ladies to hit tunes like Despacito. [video width="640" height="640" mp4="https://www.gabruu.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/20729799_106752913370730_730774705295851520_n.mp4"][/video] His most recent video, posted on December 15, demonstrates a lady, who created diabetes while she was pregnant, hitting the dance floor with the obstetrician while anticipating the arrival of her baby. [video width="640" height="800" mp4="https://www.gabruu.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/22428595_319566551843424_6142434026536828928_n.mp4"][/video] Dr Cunha isn't simply moving for the sake of entertainment, research has shown movement during labor makes giving birth easier. Dr Cunha quotes;
Dance, walk, activities with a ball of physiotherapy and squats, are part of the patient's verticalization, which greatly favors labor. We are increasingly trying to implement human measures to improve assistance to pregnant women.[video width="640" height="360" mp4="https://www.gabruu.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/25027546_372436339872538_6269429337531875328_n.mp4"][/video] Dr Cunha made headlines last summer when he posted a video of himself dancing to 'Despacito' with a patient at his hospital Unimed Vitoria.