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How Accumulating Factors Affect Your Child's Health: The Perfect Storm

In this compelling video, Dr. Randy explores the intricate relationship between various life stages from conception to adulthood and how that influences the development of the nervous system in a way that will make total sense to you.

child issues collageDuring critical stages of a child’s development – conception, pregnancy, birth, infancy, adolescence, and transition into adulthood. Chemical, emotional, and physical stress compromise how the nervous system functions. Those stresses alter nerve signals to parts of the body that hinder the development of a child. Dr. Randy highlights how issues during these periods show up as colic, constipation, fussiness, low muscle tone, poor eye contact, lack of bonding, tense muscles, sleep disturbances, and delayed milestones, that can lead to long-term health complications.

He assures parents that there does not have to be a “wait and see” approach as many parents are told. Potential problems can be determined at birth and even more so at 6 months.

He also explains an in-depth look at neurologically focused chiropractic care, emphasizing its role in restoring nerve function and movement in the spine, particularly in the upper cervical area.

“The Perfect Storm” is not just an informative piece; it’s a call to action for parents and caregivers to understand and proactively engage in the health and development of the nervous system from the earliest stages of life.


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