Does your child have a brain imbalance?
Today, many children are having brain growth delays which will cause problems in their health, normal function, learning, school, physical comfort, social skills, emotional stability, immune function, and more.
Here are the the main reasons people come seeking more answers to help their child get better:
The parents know something is not right. Typically multiple experts will have already failed to explain what the problem is, why their child is different, and most importantly how to help your child recover.
Several of the following apply to your child (either a few strongly, or most somewhat):
As a baby, did not crawl or had delayed milestones.
Low muscle tone, ‘floppy’ as a baby.
Walks oddly. Clumsy.
Bad posture. Slouches all the time.
Poor social skills.
Over or under-sensitivity in most or all senses.
Has difficulty reading and/or comprehending what they are reading (diagnosed as dyslexic).
Highly sensitive to sound and loud noises.
Sensitive to touch, picky with the fabric of clothing.
Fussy eater. Does not have a good sense of smell.
Has many allergies or gets many coughs and colds throughout the year.
Digestion problems and has food sensitivities.
Struggles in school.
Many parents are at their wits end because the behavior and state of their child’s daily condition is wreaking havoc on their overall quality of life.
usually notice delays as early as infancy, yet children aren't diagnosed until age 4.
Don't wait. Trust your instincts. Start making positive changes now.
With regular chiropractic care, and a detailed custom-designed program of exercises aimed at re-training and re-organizing the child's brain, your child will be able to gain normal function, better health, and a better quality of life.
How can you start?
First, you need to find out if your child has a Right-Brain delay, a Left-Brain delay, or a Whole-Brain delay. This requires you to complete a 200-item questionnaire about your child's behaviour and symptoms. It is a detailed Yes-No questionnaire which will help us understand more about your child's brain.