Chiropractic for babies & children makes sense!

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During Gutmann’s Trial* more than 1,000 infants were examined and

it was found that approximately 80% of all newborns had some form of nerve dysfunction after the trauma of child birth.


65% of neurological development occurs in your baby’s first year and continues to develop throughout their childhood.  It is, therefore, vital to ensure that your baby has every opportunity to maximise their nerve function during this critical period in their development.


Common symptoms that may indicate nerve interference in babies include:


  • Acid reflux

  • Colic

  • Ear infections

  • Irritability

  • Sleeplessness


Please see Ricky Lake's show on how chiropractic treatment can help 



Nerve dysfunction in children can also occur as a result of:


  • falls when toddlers are learning to walk

  • play and sporting injuries

  • poor sleeping position


By having your child adjusted by a Chiropractor before these traumas have caused permanent nerve damage, you are not only being a responsible parent but will be setting an example to your child of the importance of looking after their precious body throughout their lifetime.


A study has shown that chiropractic adjustments can relieve the symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).


Chiropractic care for babies and children is extremely gentle and safe. Because we recognise the importance of keeping the nervous system and spine of your child in top condition, we run a Little Spines offer, half price examination and chiropractic treatment, where necessary (please see our healthcare plans for further details).


Chiropractic care for babies and children just makes sense! 


Get your child checked today and allow their nervous system function

at its optimum!

*Gutman G.   ICA Review, 1990; July:37-42. Originally published in German Manuelle Medizin (1987) 25: 5-10.


Some babies are so relaxed when treated they read the paper.

Checking out the spine of this little fella.