Upper cervical care provides safe, natural relief from a wide variety of conditions because it allows the brain and body to communicate and begin to heal itself. Since this type of care is so effective on adult patients, many wonder if it is acceptable for children.

It’s important for parents to know that, following a consultation, the very first step in our office is to determine if an upper cervical subluxation even exists in each case, so you don’t have to worry about children receiving care they might not need. How often someone needs to be adjusted is individual for each patient; we also use special instrumentation thermography to determine how often adjustments are needed. Parents love not having any worry that children will be receiving care too much or too often, and kids think the scanner—which puts nothing in the body and takes nothing out and has no negative effects whatsoever—is cool and fun!

The bottom line is that no one is better off when brain and body aren’t communicating properly, especially not children whose small brains are orchestrating a cascade of development and whose little bodies are exposed to many kinds of physical stress. Think for a moment about the birth process – even when it goes smoothly it’s physically stressful for both parties. A toddler falls an average of 5,000 times learning to walk. Now picture learning to ride a bike. And some people wonder why children may need chiropractic care?

The body will automatically adapt to all this and often symptoms will not show up until a much later. Our goal is to help kids adapt better to these stresses and experience optimal healing and development

by focusing first on the most important area of the body to provide specifically the care that is needed, only when it is required. With our patients reporting amazing success in finding help with all of the conditions below and much more, why wouldn’t you want to have your children checked by our talented and knowledgeable upper cervical doctors?


  • Autism

  • Allergies

  • Asthma

  • Acid reflux

  • Ear infections

  • Developmental Delays

  • Anxiety and Focus

  • Seizures and Infant Hip Dysplasia

  • Deaf child can hear!

  • Colic

  • Allergies and torticollis

  • Fertility and Family Care