Spinal Pain In Kids ...
What should Parents Do?

What should you do if your kids come home from summer camp complaining of a sore and stiff neck or lower back, or an achy knee or shoulder (for example)?

In my last post I reviewed some first aid tips for parents and if you haven’t seen that yet, you can scroll down and check it out right here.

But is there anything else that you should do?

Well, it has been my experience that the answer to this question is a definite ‘yes’.

When it comes to spinal pain (neck or lower back), the wise thing to do is have their spines checked for misaligned vertebrae.

When these are left undetected and uncorrected, they can cause chronic pain, eventual posture distortions (a crooked spine) which in time will result in osteoarthritic degenerative changes in the spine itself.

Similarly, regarding the skeletal joints (shoulders, elbows, hips, knees etc.), misalignments here when left undetected and uncorrected will eventually cause osteoarthritic degenerative changes in these joints also.

It is very important to understand this; most problems that I see in adults can be traced back to childhood trauma’s that were never dealt with properly in the first place.

The good news is that I can help with these type of issues. This is my expertise. I have been helping adults and children with such problems for many years.

And I am always here to help you as well.

I am just a phone call away.

905 335 LIFE (5433).

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