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Chiropractic Care for Children

 

Healthy happy kids, the natural way!

Chiropractic care is not just for adults.  So how can infants and children benefit from chiropractic treatment? Many of the spinal conditions present in our adult life result from a trauma many years before. These problems can begin as early as child birth. Every parent knows just how much trouble their children get into and just how rough they can play. Early chiropractic care can help identify potential spinal issues and prevent future problems in adult life. Studies have shown that chiropractic adjustments have a positive effect on the immune system and can help the body fight off illnesses and seasonal allergies. Many parents have found relief for their children with regard to allergies, asthma, colic, ear infections and headaches.  Chiropractic care in babies and children keeps them overall healthier, because their nervous system and immune system are supported. Build a solid foundation for your child’s development now!

By using gentle chiropractic adjustments (with infants it is no more pressure than what you would test a tomatoes’ ripeness with), we can help restore normal nervous system function with the same final goal as with adults: to optimize overall health!

Benefits of chiropractic care for babies and children:

  • boost recovery after birth

  • reduce feeding and breastfeeding/latching issues

  • soothe colic symptoms

  • enhance the immune system

  • reduce general fussiness

  • support physical development, especially during the movement milestones (crawling, walking, running)

  • assist in treating ear infections

  • reduce sleeping issues

  • reduce digestive issues i.e. gas, colic, and constipation

  • increased mobility and range of motion

  • increased performance and energy

  • increased balance, coordination and posture

  • increased sense of well-being and relaxation

  • decrease/resolve bedwetting

  • headache relief

  • reduce the potential of sport related injuries

  • reduce repetitive motion injuries