When you think about living a happy and healthy life, does that only include you? It probably includes the other people in your life that you love being healthy, too. Your kids living a healthy and happy life right along with you. As parents, it is our responsibility to make sure that our kids are able to live that healthy and happy life you want them to have.
Chiropractic is not usually the first thing parents think of when they think of ways to keep their kids healthy. But chiropractic has the ability to keep not only you, but your children as well, healthy without the use of medications, shots, and surgeries.
Since children tend to be fearless and run and fall and play more than adults do, their little bodies go through many more traumas than their parents. These repetitive traumas lead to subluxations in the spine. As we know, these subluxations can lead to all sorts of health issues like allergies, asthma, and even ADHD. Chiropractic corrects these subluxations which leads to your children living healthier lives.
Many parents’ number one objection to their children getting adjusted is the cracking, popping, and twisting. Inspire Chiropractic utilizes Torque Release Technique which uses no cracking, popping, or twisting of the spine at all. It is not only the most specific form of chiropractic, but it is also the gentlest. There is nothing dangerous about the way that we adjust our patients, so it is perfectly safe for children to get adjusted in our office.
Children who have chiropractic care get sick less often and tend to have better health habits later in life. So make the best decision for your children, and get them started with chiropractic care.
Hodgson, N., B.App.Sc & Vaden, C., DC. (April 17, 2014). Improvement in Signs and Symptoms of ADHD and Functional Outcomes in Four Children Receiving Torque Release Chiropractic: A Case Series. Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research, 55-79. http://www.vertebralsubluxationresearch.com/
Allen, JM. (1993) The effects of chiropractic on the immune system: a review of the literature. Chiropractic Journal of Australia 23:132-135.