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Chiropractic care for children

April 19, 2021

Imagine if as adults we could trace our way back through life and change some of our outcomes. This is why we love checking the youngest members of our community- babies, toddlers, children and teenagers. Many of the undesirable structural and postural changes we see in adults, believe it or not, begin as poorly moving joints much earlier on in life. In addition to this, we develop postural habits as children which form the basis for life long patterns of behaviour.

Our philosophy at Evolve Chiropractic GC is to promote the best long term health outcomes for practice members of all ages- this includes monitoring posture and spinal curves, forming healthy habits, and correctly managing any ‘problem areas’ in the spine and joints. We know that the nervous system is the master control system of the body, and long term dysfunction or stress in this area may have unintended effects later on in life.

Proper assessment of development, reflexes, hip mobility, neck and trunk strength, coordination and proprioception can reveal any potential problem areas in the spine of an infant , child or teenager. Chiropractic has a diverse range of techniques, many gentle enough to use on the youngest members of your family, but all designed to promote natural and healthy movement of the joints, as well as good muscle strength and reflexes. It is also a great way to engage young people in their own health, and a fun way to teach them the value of healthy habits.

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