Forum
Welcome, Guest
Username: Password:

Login With Facebook

  • Page:
  • 1

TOPIC: A Parent's Guide to Chiropractic Care for Children

A Parent's Guide to Chiropractic Care for Children 05 Mar 2013 20:56 #58

A Parent's Guide to Chiropractic Care for Children
By Peter Fysh, DC

Considerable media coverage has been provided in the past year or two for the chiropractic treatment of spinal problems in children. This coverage has frequently attempted to dramatize chiropractic spinal adjusting for children as being unsafe and unnecessary.

Reported cases have bordered on the sensational, with untrue "facts" and impressions frequently being conveyed in an apparent endeavor to boost program ratings. Media coverage of the availability of spinal care for children, rather than dissuading parents from bringing their children to chiropractors, in many cases, has actually resulted in more parents seeking chiropractic care for their children.
This article attempts to answer the questions asked by many parents about their children's spinal health. Just as many concerned parents take their children to the dentist for regular check-ups, so it is that many parents who are already chiropractic patients themselves are bringing their children to chiropractors to have their spinal development checked.

The first question relates to the need for children to have regular spinal checks. Frequently parents may ask, "What could my children have wrong with them that they would need to see a chiropractor?" The answer to that question is the trauma of a child's daily life. The spine consists of 26 vertebral segments which can be jammed or misaligned causing minor spinal problems called spinal subluxations.

...

Continue reading: http://www.dynamicchiropractic.com/mpacms/dc/article.php?id=41406
The administrator has disabled public write access.
  • Page:
  • 1
Time to create page: 0.105 seconds

The mission of the Coalition Against Overmedicating Our Youth is to help children and adults determine underlying cause of neuro-behavioral conditions by ruling out nutritional, physiological, and environmental risk factors prior to premature drug therapy.

Donate

Book: THE AMERICAN EPIDEMIC

Give the gift of knowledge.
Help determine the cause
of behavioral challenges,
prior to drug therapy.
All proceeds donated to CAOOY.



Order your copy on Amazon.com here,
or get your autographed copy direct from the author via PayPal below.
Free shipping
.

 

Preview the CAOOY Educational DVD.

 

Select Book, DVD, or Combo:
Referred by:

 

Featured Article

"How Environmental Toxins Affect the Onset of ADHD"
by Frank J. Granett R.ph. featured on
USDailyReview.com

View article