Pediatric Care

Chiropractic care is an important part in children’s routine check ups. The spine is a structural system that protects billions of nerve fibers that send messages and energy to every part of the body.

You may wonder how your child’s body can lose its natural alignment and develop subluxations? A common reason subluxations can occur is by trauma. Trauma can happen by accidents, falls, sports injuries, bad posture, or even the birth process itself.

Chiropractic adjustments and early detection and correction of spinal misalignments can help children avoid future health complaints.  Pediatric chiropractic adjustments are safe and gentle. Proper spinal alignment and a properly functioning nervous system is vital to maintaining children’s health.

All children should visit a chiropractor for a checkup.

Why should I have my child checked for subluxations?

For decades parents, clinicians and researchers have noticed positive changes in the behavioral, physical and emotional health of children under chiropractic care. Some of the observed benefits are improvements in children with hyperactivity, low mental stamina, autism, anxiety, asthma, lack of concentration and discipline problems, ear infections, bed wetting, colic, posture, crawling problems, motor skill problems and more.

If you child is suffering from any condition it is essential to get his/her spine and body checked for subluxations – not as a treatment for these conditions, but because all children need healthy bodies free of nervous system interference. Chiropractic is well researched for detecting the cause of common issues that affect children in a safe and holistic way.

Being free of nerve interference can make a big difference in your child’s physical and emotional health.

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MON & WED: 10 AM-1 PM; 3 PM-6:30 PM

TUES & FRI: 8 AM-1 PM

THURS: 3 PM-6:30 PM

MON & WED: 10 AM-1 PM; 3 PM-6:30 PM TUES & FRI: 8 AM-1 PM THURS: 3 PM-6:30 PM

20341 Old Cutler Road, Cutler Bay, FL 33189

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