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In general, chiropractic treatment of children is painless, except in cases where the child has an actual injury where some discomfort can be caused by moving the injured parts.


How can I tell if my child has spinal problems? Unless a child has an obvious problem it can be difficult for a parent to recognise when a child’s spine is not working correctly. There are some signs, however, which can indicate spinal problems. These include:


  • Disturbed sleeping patterns
  • Breastfeeding difficulties in the very young
  • Restricted head or neck movement to one side 
  • One shoulder higher than the other

One of the most common reasons for parents to seek chiropractic care for their child is trauma from an injury of some sort. The spinal misalignments that may occur at the time of the injury will not necessarily result in immediate pain or symptoms.


Kids Room

Our office is uniquely designed to handle their needs with our specifically designed “child-oriented” reception area.


Our “Children’s Lounge”  offers games, toys, drawing boards, colouring in and can be entertained by our wellness assistants.


Remember, these children do not come to the office on their own; they visit our office because their parents are well informed about having their children’s bodies cared for.

kids room

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