How Chiropractic Care Helps with Child Development
Chiropractic for kids helps ease many growing pains
Dr. Nelson talks with KOLO Channel 8’s Mom’s Everyday about how chiropractic care can helps promote optimal growth and development in children, from infancy through puberty. Chiropractic for kids is less about adjustments and more about promoting a healthy nervous system and alignment of the musculoskeletal system. It can help with a whole host of issues from latching to bed wetting.
Dr. Nelson is the only chiropractor in northern Nevada who is Board Certified by The Council of Chiropractic Pediatrics of the Academy of Chiropractic Family Practice (ACFP). They have been designated with the CACCP credentials and proudly remain a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA).
Watch the full interview to learn more about how chiropractic care for your child can aid in those critical years of growth.
Transcription from Dr. Nelson’s Interview on Kids Chiro with Mom’s Everyday
Annie Woods: Hi, I’m Annie Woods for Mom’s Everyday and I’m here at Northern Nevada Chiropractic with Dr. Nelson. Thanks for having us.
Dr. Nelson: Thank you.
Annie Woods: Lets talk about how chiropractic work can maybe help children with developmental issues, and how parents might not even think of that.
Dr. Nelson: So chiropractic for kids is more about the health of the nervous system and function of the musculoskeletal system. When a [child’s] body is working to the best of it’s ability, you have peak performance. When you have peak performance you have an increase in immunity, which decreases sick days, helps with ear infections, helps with asthma, allergies, bed wetting, and even helps decrease the risk for injury by promoting balance, coordination and symmetry within the body.
Annie Woods: Fantastic! Now let’s talk about your certification because you are specially certified to work with children.
Dr. Nelson: I am. I am certified through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) and it is just a little extra studies in working with children.
Annie Woods: Fantastic. Well thank you so much, Doctor. If you’d like to learn more about this topic you can always visit us at KOLOTV.com.