“As the twig is bent, so grows the tree.”
It’s a common occurrence in childhood to fall down, fall off your bike or out of a tree, bump your head, jump off a couch, play sports, get hit in the head with a baseball bat, etc. The list goes on and on. What would seem like a simple fall can disrupt the entire body and nervous system.
As children are still growing, it is crucial to make sure they are properly balanced so that they can function at their full potential. Quite often problems that show up in our thirties, forties and fifties can be traced back to injuries and problems from childhood and adolescence. Conversely, many health problems can be prevented by maintaining proper nervous system health early in life.
It is a child’s nervous system that controls their growth and development. A properly functioning nervous system determines the person they will become. Knowing this, it is imperative that your child’s nervous system be working properly, from the very beginning of life.
Just like you brush your teeth daily to maintain your oral health and prevent cavities, we prevent pain and health problems by “fine tuning” spinal alignment, long before it becomes a problem.
Fine tuning a growing spine is the best thing you can do to ensure a healthy, functioning adult.