Day One Adjustments

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Day One Adjustments

Do you remember the very first time you were adjusted by a chiropractor?  Do you remember your very first experience in this world, birth?  The birth process is an amazing event and something that is cherished by all parents.  Having your child start life off with a BANG, with a specific chiropractic adjustment is not only ideal, it makes sense!  People often don’t think of the birth process as a traumatic event.  Imagine knowing what you know now if you had to do it all over again and pass through a very small canal, probably would not be the top thing on your list to do.  Just think about the entire 9 months leading up to the birth, the body is constantly changing and growing.  The development of the nerve system is the first “thing” to begin to develop in a fetus.  The nerve system is the master controller of the entire body.  Chiropractic care focuses specifically and solely on the nerve system with specific adjustments.


A long healthy life begins with day one, having your child checked for possible nerve dysfunction right away and having a chiropractic adjustment if necessary is optimal.  Even the tiniest of the tiniest can benefit from adjustments, chiropractic is safe and effective in allowing the body to restore or maintain proper balance.  Think of all the metabolic, chemical, hormonal changes that your child will be experiencing upon that first day; new stressors are going to be in effect and attacking the body.  Best to make sure that every experience your child encounters is with a clear and functioning nerve system.  Life for the newborn depends upon the preservation and healthy functioning of the brain stem and spinal cord at the level of the upper neck – Abraham Towbin M.D. – Harvard Medical School.  Adjustments are crucial for allowing the body to express its innate ability to regulate and control life at its best.


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