Posts Tagged "subluxation"


You’ve just delivered a beautiful child and may be running into some issues that you didn’t expect. Especially as a first time parent, sometimes we don’t know what we don’t know, and get to ask our friends and family for advice. They may refer you to a pediatric chiropractor. For those newborns who have colic, are latching more easily to one side than another, excessively spitting up, not sleeping well, or...

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Where do I go from here?


Posted By on Oct 5, 2017

So, you have a newborn who is colicky, not sleeping well, not pooping easily, having a hard time latching and you are at your wits end to help your little one through this….. What do you do? I suggest coming to a Pediatric Chiropractor. Yes, a chiropractor! Our job is to ensure that the communication between the brain and body is fully flowing so as to enable our body to function as it was meant to. We get to the cause of what...

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Maybe I’m an elitist.  I think the worst thing that has happened to my profession is that it helped low back pain.  It was the low hanging fruit of research, the thing our profession could point to and ask third party payers to reimburse us because what we did worked.  The truth is that chiropractic has nothing to do with helping back pain; it’s almost a happy side effect of restoring balance in the body.  But if you pick...

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When people begin coming to me for chiropractic care, they typically come because of an ailment of some sort. Whether they’re experiencing lower back pain from pregnancy, sciatica, have a colicky infant or a toddler that had a fall – it almost always starts out as something physical. The funny thing is that physical stressors aren’t the only causes of subluxation in the body. There are two other things that can cause subluxations:...

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