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CHIROPRACTIC FOR CHILDREN

Chiropractic for children

 

The adjustments are delivered differently according to age and weight.

Proper nutrition, exercise, and regular visits to the chiropractor help provide the best conditions for the growth of your children.

Although a young child's body has the incredible ability to adjust, any uncorrected spinal imbalance may result in serious problems in the future.

Children who come at Family Quiropractic enjoy more their lives and are always looking forward to coming back.

Chiropractic adjustments help enhancing the defenses of your children. And studies are constantly carried out demonstrating their great benefits.

The constant activity of children can cause invisible injuries.

Chiropractic for babies

The most important stage for bringing children to the chiropractor is during their motor development, when they learn to get up, hold their heads, crawl or take the first steps.

Chiropractic strengthens their immune system.

Many paediatricians recommend that you visit a chiropractor already after the first medical visits.

Chiropractic focuses on restoring the integrity of the Nerve System for optimal functioning of each organ and tissue of the body.

A child's nervous system is constantly evolving, creating billions of neurological connections. It is of crucial importance that it develops well, without interference.

Many parents who come to us notice that their children become better students and are healthier than other children.

Scoliosis

A common symptom during adolescence, especially among girls, is an abnormal lateral curvature of the spine called "scoliosis". Careful parents may notice a higher shoulder or a lower hip causing clothing to not fit properly.

A complete chiropractic examination can help detect scoliosis in its early stages. That way, corrective measures can begin with a program of specific chiropractic adjustments.