Healthy Child Development
Healthy child development sounds like something that should be on the back of a label reading follow the instructions or else. Child development is different for everyone and everybody. There are “norms” set in place/certain percentiles that we trust and base our child’s development on. You have to realize that just because your child might be in a lower percentile today, it does not mean you need to seek medical intervention. Remember, what should healthy child development look like? Healthy child development should consist of: eating, play, wake time, sleeping, and potty time. Pretty simple. If your child is not following those protocols or is having trouble with them, then there is a problem with development. If there is a problem with your child’s development, you need to look only to the primary cause. The nerve system.
Healthy child development can and will be halted with nerve system dysfunction. You see a subluxation (what chiropractor’s find and correct) are nasty things. Subluxation’s can begin right after birth, emergency C-section, forceps, vacuum, breached position, all of those and many more probably leading to a subluxation. Healthy child development requires proper functioning of organs (and much more). Just imagine if your child keeps having stomach ache after stomach ache or any repetitive sign and symptom for that matter. Now, we realize that diet is a huge component of development. If the child is not responding favorably to certain foods then why is the immune system targeting specific foods and not others? Why is the nerve system weakened in certain areas and not others? You must first look to the cause of why their development is halted due to the sign and symptoms. Signs and symptoms are a direct result of nerve dysfunction. For healthy child development have your child’s nerve system checked.