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10 Reasons Parents Take Their Kids To Chiropractors

February 4, 2017

 

Some adults may wonder why more and more children are starting to see chiropractors. That’s a good question and the answer is simple: whether we have a large spine or a tiny little spine, if that spine is creating nerve distress then our magnificent bodies may not operate smoothly…

 

The nervous system is the ‘Master Controller’

 

The nervous system is the master controller of our body and if those communication channels become fuzzy, distorted or damaged then we experience all kinds of communication errors. For babies and children, this ineffective communication may play out as colic or irritability, an inability to suckle and breastfeed, poor sleep, developmental delays, digestion issues, asthma, behavioral problems, low energy, inability to concentrate, headaches, etc. – the list is endless. In fact, regardless of what the end result or symptom may be, all roads lead back to the brain and nervous system which controls the body’s ability to self-regulate and function at a peak level.

 

While chiropractic may be able to help with a number of health issues, our focus is not treating or curing ailments; our focus is ensuring the nervous system has every opportunity to work efficiently and effectively.

 

Can you cook at night with the lights out?

 

For example, imagine your nervous system is like the lighting system in your home. If the lights start to dim, you might not be able to cook dinner very well, you may start banging into furniture, you may trip and hurt yourself, you may feel frightened, etc. Just like the dim lights influence you will vary but the issue is still the same – there is a communication problem between the wiring and the intended outcome which needs detecting and fixing.

In the same way, chiropractors spend years studying the nervous system to be able to detect and correct these ‘communication errors’ in the body.

 

Another question you may ask is…

 

“How do little kids get nerve irritation?”

 

Nerve irritations (or vertebral subluxations) occur as a part of normal daily life. They result from physical, chemical and emotional stressors or ‘insults’ to our health, such as bad posture, prolonged postures, sleeping on their tummy, knocks and falls, poor food choices, dehydration, exposure to chemicals and toxins, and stress and anxiety. Even before these lifestyle stressors have an impact, nerve irritation can occur in the uterus from awkward positioning, restriction of movement, and exposure to toxins, and from birth complications such as long labor, very fast labor, or forceps or caesarean delivery.

When we appreciate how important the nervous system is and how easily it can be hindered and impaired it makes sense that more parents are having their child’s spine and nerve system assessed.

 

10 reasons parents take their children to see the chiropractor:

  1. To maximize their child’s neural plasticity (brain and nerve development).

  2. To enhance their child’s overall health and wellbeing.

  3. To strengthen immunity and reduce the incidence of colds, ear-aches and general illness.

  4. To help with colic and Irritable Baby Syndrome.

  5. To help with asthma, breathing difficulties and allergies.

  6. To improve spinal posture.

  7. To improve their child’s ability to concentrate.

  8. To assist with behavioral disorders and enhance emotional wellbeing.

  9. To help alleviate digestive problems.

  10. To assist with bed-wetting and sleep issues.

Your child’s health is their greatest asset. We urge you to make chiropractic care a priority as it is one of the most important things you can do to strengthen your child’s health.

 

Join us at the Perfect Storm event on February 21 at 6:30PM.  As we explore the hidden causes behind autism, ADHD & chronic illnesses in kids.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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