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Health Watch/Superior Chiropractic

Chiropractic care may ease ADHD, ear problems

March 22, 2012
The Daily Mining Gazette

An article in the Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research points to a case study involving a 4-year-old boy diagnosed by his pediatrician with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. He was dropped by his day care center because of the disruptive effects of his ADHD. The child had a history of ear infections, coughing, poor appetite and abnormal sleep patterns, and had been also diagnosed with asthma at age 2 and put on a nebulizer.

The child's mother brought him to a chiropractor for evaluation. The examining chiropractor, using a non-intrusive instrument known as an Insight Subluxation Station, conducted a computerized thermography scan of the child's spine and found the existence of a subluxation in the child's cervical area.

"A subluxation is a misalignment of the spine that disturbs normal nervous system function," said Dr. Kemmy Taylor, a local chiropractor whose patients include a great many children. "Many chiropractors, including myself, have this technology that allows them to conduct computerized thermography tests to assist in locating where such conditions exist."

The patient underwent chiropractic care, including spinal adjustments, with frequency of care initially set at three times per week. The child was a difficult subject because of his hyperactivity, but after several adjustments, he became more amenable to the care program.

Twelve days into the treatment program, the mother reported the child's eating habits had improved. The child was reevaluated at the 13th visit, at which point the mother said her son's appetite was back to normal. She also said his sleep patterns had improved and he was much less hyperactive. He was able to stop all medication and his school work also showed a better ability to focus and perform assigned tasks.

After the initial two-and-a-half month plan of chiropractic care, improved thermal scans were noted, and visits were cut back to twice a week. The child's progress continued, but when chiropractic care was disrupted and later discontinued because of the parents moving out of state, the child's symptoms began to reappear.

Editor's note: This article was submitted by Superior Family Chiropractic of Chassell.

 
 

 

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