pediatric chiropractor

Kids of ALL ages deserve the Chiropractic Advantage

Dr. Todd Williamson – Pediatric Chiropractor in Orangeville

As parents we want the best for our children. Most parents make tremendous sacrifices to ensure their children receive a quality education, participate in some sort of sporting type activity and provide the nurturing environment to give them security which comes from social connections in the home and in their community. These provisions get pricey at times, but nothing compares to the priority that parents place on their children’s health and well-being.  As a parent of three children, I (like other parents) want our children to engage with opportunities for achievement that place no bounds on potential.  That’s why I suggest to find a pediatric chiropractor to help support your child’s health which directly impacts their mental, physical, and emotional growth and parents build much of their child rearing philosophy around an emphasis on the future.

Being healthy matters. Laser focus, sound concentration, freedom from pain, and adequate energy levels represent important factors in reaching greater potential. It is understood that a healthy human envisions thousands of goals, dreams, and aspirations; but someone facing sickness envisions only one. A new school year marks a transition to new grades, new obstacles, new social interactions, and new environments. Chiropractic care provides a health and performance advantage for infants and children of all ages.

Extensive, evidence-based research documents how Chiropractic adjustments facilitate improved health and function. Over 123 years of science details how Chiropractic adjustments improve brain and nervous system health. An intimate connection exists between the spine, brain, and central nervous system. The health of the spine directly influences the health and function of the entire body. Chiropractic care intentionally focuses on unlocking health potential by creating harmony within the body, allowing organs and systems to function at their greatest capacity. Children under Chiropractic care report improved health, better intellectual and physical performance, and the reduction of unwanted symptoms related to previously existing conditions.

 A healthy spine creates opportunities!

Research from 2016 showed Chiropractic adjustments impact the pre-frontal cortex in the brain. The pre-frontal cortex manages all executive function. Examples of executive function include focus control, concentration, learning, and personality. As a parent have I got your attention yet? This study showed that  Chiropractic adjustments improved performance in the pre-frontal cortex by more than 20%. Numerous other studies also emphasize the impact and benefits of Chiropractic care on children of all ages.

Spinal adjustments do not focus on treating one specific condition. Chiropractors emphasize pain-free and drug-free solutions for parents who want the brightest future possible for their children. Its staggering to know that one in every four children currently suffers from a chronic ailment for which they receive medication. It wasn’t always like this. We have created a society that for the first time in the history of mankind, it is now estimated published in the medical journals since 2005, that this generation of children will be the first to have a shorter lifespan and have more health problems than its predecessors. Proper spinal alignment reduces interference in the brain and nervous system and allows the body to utilize tremendous potential to heal and resolve digestive, cardiovascular, mental, and immunity concerns. Unlocking health potential in the body translates into limitless opportunities for all children. Bright futures shine even brighter with Chiropractic. You get their teeth, and eyes checked when did you get their lifeline checked?


Neural Plasticity, 2016
“Manipulation of Dysfunction Spinal Joints Affects Sensorimotor Integration in the Prefrontal Cortex: A Brain Source Localization Study.”
D Lelic, IK Niazi, K Holt, M Jochumsen, K Dremstrup, P Yielder, B Murphy, AM Drewes, H Haavik
N Engl J Med 2005; 352:1138-1145-“A Potential Decline in Life Expectancy in the United States in the 21st Century”

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