Tag: pediatric


Feb

28

2012

Chiropractic treatments improve sensory-processing disorders

(NaturalNews) Sensory processing disorders (SPD) are impairments in detecting, modulating, interpreting, or responding to sensory stimuli. One study estimates that 5 percentof elementary aged children met the criteria for SPD. These conditions are closely related to other neurodevelopmental disorders and often overlap with autism and ADHD. Recent studies have shown the benefits of chiropractic in enhancing the functionality of individuals with SPD and Autism. In...

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Feb

14

2010

Breech Pregnancy Correction with Chiropractic Confirmed on Ultrasound – Case Study

A research article published on February 2, 2010, in the scientific periodical, the Journal of Pediatric, Maternal and Family Health, documented the case study of a pregnant woman whose breech pregnancy was corrected with chiropractic care. This case study involved a 35 year old woman who was pregnant with her third child. She had recently been to her OBGYN for an ultrasound, which showed the...

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Feb

14

2010

Childhood Obesity Linked to Early Adult Death

A study on childhood obesity was published in the February 11, 2010 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) showing that children who are obese are twice as likely to die by age 55 of illness or a self-inflicted injury, than their slimmer counterparts. The study was also reported on in the February 10, 2010 edition of the New York Times, which started...

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Feb

09

2010

Chiropractic and Bedwetting

CHIROPRACTIC TREATMENT FOR PRIMARY NOCTURNAL ENURESIS: A CASE SERIES OF 33 CONSECUTIVE PATIENTS Ailsa J. van Poecke, MSc(Chiro), DC, MSc (Paeds), a and Christina Cunliffe, DC, PhDb ABSTRACT Objective: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of a specific type of chiropractic treatment on the wet night frequency of patients between the ages of 3 and 18 years who were treated for...

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Jan

29

2010
Why do babies cry?

Why do babies cry?

The Anatomical and Physiological Changes During the Moments After Birth By George Malcolm Morley, MB, ChB, FACOG Smiles, relief, congratulations and applause do not begin when a child is born – they start when it cries. Without crying, the room becomes increasingly silent and the mood increasingly apprehensive; and for good reason – crying is a very positive sign of a new, healthy life; its...

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Jan

29

2010

How Cord Clamp Injures Your Babies Brain

This paper describes a major error in modern obstetrical practice, namely, routine premature clamping of the umbilical cord. Some sections require medical knowledge for full comprehension and the language is very technical, but overall, medical jargon is avoided or explained in terms that most expectant parents can understand. The error was defined very clearly over 200 years ago: “Another thing very injurious to the child,...

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