Chiropractic care increases a Child's school success

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For elementary school children, activities during recess play an essential role in healthy physical development. Running and jumping stresses their bones and joints in a way that promotes increased bone density and strength. However, when structural imbalances occur, so do the chances of injury. During resess activities, some bones may receive too much force, making them prone to stress fractures.  Other bones may not receive enough force, making them weaker and more likely to fracture. Regular chiropractic care can correct these structural imbalances ensuring safe playtime and healthy growth and development. 

Regular chiropractic care can also help prevent injuries for older students who are involved in sports. As with the younger children, maintaining biomechanical and structural balance can help prevent injuries from overuse. Proper spine alignment, a healthy range of motion and flexibility, custom orthotics as well as proper nutrition all help in the prevention of sport-related injuries.

For elementary school children, activities during recess play an essential role in healthy physical development. Running and jumping stresses their bones and joints in a way that promotes increased bone density and strength. However, when structural imbalances occur, so do the chances of injury. During recess activities, some bones may receive too much force, making them prone to stress fractures.  Other bones may not receive enough force, making them weaker and more likely to fracture. Regular chiropractic care can correct these structural imbalances ensuring safe playtime and healthy growth and development. 

Not every child learns at the same pace or in the same way, however chiropractic care can help boost a child's brain function and improve left-right brain balance. Spinal manipulation improves circulation to ensure that the blood is delivering oxygen and nutrients to the body's cells. In addition, studies have shown that chiropractic care can be helpful to children with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) by helping to prolong a child's attention span.

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