Chiro Kids

Kids can benefit from chiropractic too! Children go through so many changes as they develop. All of the major systems go through countless developmental stages. The nervous system is the master system and is the FIRST to develop. It controls and coordinates all organs, tissues and cells of the human body. It is therefore very important to have as little interference as possible in the nervous system as the child is growing.

Children’s subluxations should be treated early, as they interfere with nerves that control developing muscles, organs and bones.  Abnormal stresses on a rapidly growing spine can cause them to develop abnormally.

Studies have shown that children receiving chiropractic care had fewer ear infections, allergies, and cases of tonsillitis, and therefore required less medicine.

Chiropractic care is a very important part of your children’s health care. Please make an appointment to have your child’s spine checked by a chiropractor.


Chiro Moms-To-Be

Chiropractic adjustments are safe during pregnancy. Doctors of Chiropractic make alterations in technique and patient positioning to accommodate for the increase in belly size. Our tables have the drop piece that allows for the pregnant women to lay facedown.

Low back pain, occasionally accompanied with leg pain, is the most common reason that pregnant women seek Chiropractic care.  When you add the increase in weight, shift in center of gravity and the change in biomechanics (due to the weight–all out in front!), it is no wonder that pregnant women are prone to back pain.   It is also important to ensure that the pelvis is aligned properly to allow optimal opening during labor.

Many women also seek Chiropractic care for headaches and migraines.  Most headaches are caused by subluxations in the neck but also can be contributed to the flux of hormones in the body.

Women, who have undergone Chiropractic adjustments during their pregnancy, report that their labors are easier and less stressful on their bodies.

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