When considering any type of therapy or treatment for your child, you want to make sure it’s safe and effective. If it’s not then, is it worth the risk?.
Even well-tested medications can have side effects. For example, antibiotics that are necessary to treat a bacterial disease and save lives may cause damage to the child's immune system and biome. But if they’re suffering, it might be worth that risk.
So if your child is dealing with a condition or abnormal symptoms, we recommend speaking with your primary care doctor first. If you’re not seeing any results or addressing the underlying issue, you may want to reach out to Advanced Correction. It’s important to consider natural and supportive chiropractic treatment for minor or long-term conditions that are not responding to traditional medicine. Chiropractic is a holistic approach to health and healing that restores your child to their natural state.
A proper spine alignment will allow blood, lymph, or other nutrients to flow freely throughout their bodies, allowing them to work in harmony.
Because it involves gentle adjustments to the spine, chiropractic care for children is safe and gentle. It also allows children to feel more confident in themselves and open up about their health concerns. For these reasons, it should be a priority for every family.
How chiropractic care can be used to treat children
You can use chiropractic as a stand-alone treatment or in combination with traditional medical therapy to address a variety of childhood problems, such as:
Asthma and allergies
Latching problems during nursing
Colds and chronic ear infections
ADHD and ADD
Chiropractors are known to fix many issues for adults but those same issues can affect children. If your child has been in an accident, has poor posture, a birth defect, or something else, they may experience:
Your child's body will function better when it receives gentle, safe, and effective spinal adjustments.
Chiropractic care is a low-risk treatment option
Infants' and children's bodies are smaller than adults and more delicate than their adult counterparts. Your chiropractor should have years of experience with children and babies and be trained in chiropractic.
For example, the cartilage in children's joints is more dense than the bone. Many chiropractors will use mobilization techniques to relieve pain. She makes her movements less forceful and shallower when working with the spine.
There is no need to take drugs for relief
You want to encourage your child's natural healing process and not introduce unnecessary side effects.
For example, children with chronic ear infections may need multiple doses of antibiotics to eliminate the bacteria in their middle ear. However, antibiotics can cause adverse reactions and resistance may develop if used frequently.