I don't want to be negative because you may end up with a C/S anyway, but it really rubs me the wrong way when people are so flippant about C/S. It's not just "oh, I'll skip labor and have the baby in 20 mins and everything is totally the same, but easier!". If that were true then we would all just have C/S. There are increased risks to mother and baby. There can be far reaching effects, which impact future fertility or future pregnancies and it certainly limits your options (at best) for future labor and deliveries. Just look into it some since you think it might be something you have to deal with so that you know what you're looking at.
But you're right, there are things you can do (exercises, etc.), chiropractic care, as a last resort they can attempt a ECV, plus the vast majority of babies settle head down by the time labor starts even if they like to wait til the last minute.