Before Ear Tubes, Do Your Research

By January 31, 2017 January 17th, 2018 ADHD, Benefits of Chiropractic, Ear Infections

Before Ear Tubes, Do Your Research

Pretty simple topic here to talk about.  Ear tubes we are referring to are the Eustachian tubes that are failing to function appropriately for children.  When the E-tubes begin to fail, ear infections begin to ensue.  Before any consideration for your child’s health is in question you need to do research.  The age old adage “Trust me, I am a doctor” does not hold merit until it is proven.  Ultimately it is your child’s immediate health and long-term combined.  The “simple” ear infection can set up for positive health results in the near future or snowball into negative consequences based on parents actions.

Some Ear Tubes Research

  • Published research has shown that 80% of children treated with a series of chiropractic adjustments were free of ear infections for a six month period.
  • Surgical intervention to have ear tubes into the inner ear creates a short term mechanical solution that does not focus on the cause.
  • As many as 70% of ear infections are caused by viruses not by bacteria.  Routinely use of antibiotics predisposes children to repeat infections and routine illness.
  • Antibiotics leave patients far more vulnerable to other infections when being routinely treated.

100% Natural

First thing is first.  Have your child checked for possible subluxations within the central nerve system.  The subluxation wreaks havoc on the developing child as it does not present as pain.  The subluxation presents as a sign and symptom (ear infection).  Ear tubes have only specific purpose which is the same extent for a crutch.  Give yourself a crutch and you will always rely on a crutch.  Be natural, be 100% without having to add artificial stimulants.  Ear tubes are another “discovery” in health that are far worse than we imagined.  The downward spiral of what ear infections even leads to is another reassuring factor of our flawed “health” system.  So, just keep it simple and don’t over complicate health.  Do you research and always ask questions.