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Chiropractic Care for Children

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Many people think that chiropractors treat only adults. But children can also benefit from regular chiropractic care. Injuries that children receive during their everyday lives and while playing sports can cause many symptoms that can be treated by chiropractors. This includes soreness, discomfort, stiffness or neck pain.

Pediatric chiropractors — those that are trained to work with children — always adapt the treatment to fit the special needs of their young patients. They also provide highly skilled treatments that are very gentle.

Why Chiropractic Care for Children

Children may experience trauma at birth that affects their body. Later childhood activities — like learning to walk, participating in sports or riding a bicycle — can also cause spinal health problems, or make them worse.

Even injuries that appear to be minor — such as a fall off a bicycle — can damage other parts of the body, such as the pelvis, skull, spine and limbs. Chiropractors are uniquely trained to identify problems in these areas.

Chiropractors can also determine whether “growing pains” are signs of more severe health problems. Regular chiropractic care for children may be able to head off problems that many adults experience later in life.

Treating Childhood Conditions

One of the main types of chiropractic care for children is treating back and neck pain or other issues related to the spine. Chiropractors can check children as young as newborns for problems, especially those related to the health of their spine.

Chiropractors may also be able to help with other childhood conditions, such as:

  • Asthma
  • Bedwetting
  • Chronic ear infections
  • Colic
  • Difficulty nursing

Types of Treatment for Children

When chiropractors work with children, they provide the same highly skilled treatments that adults receive. They use a hands-on, drug-free approach. Visits include a physical exam, diagnosis and treatment. In the case of children, chiropractors use a very gentle approach, suitable to the age of the child.

Children who already have a regular pediatrician — who provides medications and treats serious illnesses — can also benefit from a pediatric chiropractor. Much of the work that chiropractors do with children is preventative wellness care, such as helping their spine stay healthy as they grow.

Chiropractors are for all ages. Contact your chiropractor to learn more about chiropractic care for your child.

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  • "Making the decision to take my toddler to the chiropractor was not easy as I had no experience with chiropractic care. My son was having repeat ear infections and we were at a point that the infections had to stop or he would need to have tubes placed in his ears. Our doctor suggested we could try visiting a chiropractor. I am so thankful we chose that path. After visiting Dr. Kincaid the string of infections stopped. My son was happy to visit Dr. Kincaid and even asked to see her when he wasn't feeling well. We have since moved out of the state and have had to find a new chiropractor. I now have a greater appreciation for the care we received from Dr. Kincaid. She is not only a good chiropractor but also a healer. She has a touch and sense of the body and her patients that allows her to do more for them than many other providers."
    M Reedsburg, WI

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