When it comes to a baby with colic, we have compassion. We also have answers. Chiropractic is for everyone. We welcome crawl-ins just as much as walk-ins.
It's important to know that chiropractic care has given some of the best results in regard to a colicky baby! In fact, a 94% improvement with chiropractic adjustments is shown! Can you imagine, a safe, gentle, conservative and successful option for treating a baby with colic?
When Dr. Hendry Windsor, M.D. realized that people were getting better under chiropractic care, he attempted to answer his own question, "How do they [chiropractors] get people better?" It's been said that his motive was to disprove the theory of chiropractic, as he couldn't understand how a subluxation can or does exist and affects the body in different ways.
Therefore, he used the principle of chiropractic that when following a nerve to it's connected organ, he would find a diseased organ if the nerve had pressure on it. He did this in three separate studies, dissecting 75 human cadavers and 22 cat cadavers. In 97 subjects, he found a total of 221 diseased organs.
Chiropractic Adjustments are a completely drug-free path to healing the body naturally. Many people report benefiting as a result of regular spinal check-ups. Our office focuses on Upper Cervical Specific Chiropractic Care. We'll review what Upper Cervical care is below. In the meantime, Chiropractic benefits including helping to naturally improve problems such as:
Vertebral Subluxation is a term used to describe when their's a bone out of place which irritates delicate nerve tissue. The changes associated with pregnancy can aggravate or even cause a vertebral subluxation. The hormone relaxin is released when a woman is pregnant, relaxing her joints making it easier for the body to prepare for delivering a baby. This can also make it easier for her joints to become out of place and irritate the nerve tissue. One woman described the feeling of hearing her joints move in her sleep as a "shotgun" going off up and down her spine and pelvis. Research has shown that as many as 56% of pregnant women experience back pain which can be a sign of subluxation. Pregnancy should be a time to reflect on your family's goals and dreams - not a time to be burdened with pain.