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  • So what is Colic?
    Colic is defined as the inability to comfort a crying young child or baby that exhibits periodic fussiness that can last up to hours or even days. This colic is characterized by a loud piercing cry, tightened or tensed stomach muscles, flexed legs and clenched fingers with the inability to try to calm down. In general it starts about three weeks of age and can last up to three months but even as long as six months. Colic affects approximately 10- 20% of newborns. While the research reports there is no one specific cause and with that in mind, makes it very difficult to treat a colicky baby. Other suggestions include that while you're breast-feeding, you sure don't want to consume foods that give you gas or indigestion like broccoli, cauliflower, garlic, onions and even spicy foods. it may be even as simple as an food allergy to the type of baby formula that you're feeding your newborn. Read more
  • The Top 5 Reasons to Take Your Child to a Chiropractor
    We can all agree that babies and children are small humans and if adults benefit from chiropractic care then so can babies and children. Chiropractors can treat babies as little as a few weeks old to older toddlers and teenagers for issues related to stomach, sleep or colic problems. It is important that people know the chiropractic care involved with children is very gentle and different for children than adults. Read more
  • Chiropractic Care for Kids and Why Routine Adjustments are Important
    I am constantly getting asked “why are so many parents taking their children to see a certified pediatric chiropractor?”. I tell them that the answer is quite simple, children have spines and a nervous system just the same as adults do. We want to make sure they are taking good care of it especially during the developmental years. Read more
  • Top 3 Reasons Infants Receive Chiropractic Care In My office
    I get asked all the time what are the main reasons that infants get chiropractic adjustments at your office. Well these are my three top reasons that parents bring their infants to the office they are in no specific order , they are colic, acid reflux and ear infections. So, let's go over each one separately with the frequency, causes and treatment options. Read more

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