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Gratitude Part 2

Continuing on with Gratitude Month! I want to share with you some amazing stories that I have received over the years of how chiropractic has impacted kids and babies. A lot of time, these parents were so grateful because chiropractic commonly affects kids in a very big way. Here are a few of the stories that I have received over the years:

“My 4 week old came to see Dr. Liz last week and he would just cry and cry. He would cry anywhere between 3-5 hours a day, everyday, for the last week. He received an adjustment and after that became much more content and his longest cry was less than an hour. He was no longer inconsolable! And he sleep also improved to where he started to average 5 hours a night! Thank you, Dr. Liz”

“Hi, Dr. Liz, this is ______ mom. She finally pooped this afternoon!”

“My daughter Kate (8) and I highly recommend Dr. Liz. Adjustments for each of us over the past months have resulted in eliminating undesirable symptoms (Kate was blinking rapidly and moving her head involuntarily) reducing pain (I’ve had chronic neck and low back pain) and improving our posture, flexibility, sleep and energy. You know you’ve found an amazing practitioner when you walk out and your child says, “if we don’t see her again for a while, I’m really going to miss her!”

“At 3 months old by little girl was not bale to hold her head up and when laying on her stomach she was curled to the side in a C-shape. She could not turn her head to the left while on her back and honestly, we didn’t feel she was thriving. After a few months of care with Dr. Liz, she began to turn her head side to side and she also straightened out. Wes till have a lot of work to do, but we are very grateful for the care and guidance Dr. Liz has been able to provide for us.”

“My son was born cranky. We tried reflux meds, switching formula, colic drops, you name it. I refused to accept that he was just a miserable baby and after many suggestions we decided to try chiropractic care. Dr. Liz came highly recommended for her special attention to infants and children. The first time we saw her we also had an appointment with the pediatrician to discuss this constant choking he had when eating. That day he stopped choking and never really did it again. He became a happier little dude (he still has his moments, trust me) and we started to enjoy our baby much more. It still amazes me that Dr. Liz was able to “cure” him when doctors were basically throwing their hands up. I am forever grateful for her help with our son.”

“Our son had been struggling with wetting the bed ever since we potty trained him at the age of 2 1/2. We continued to use pulls up but as he got older we knew that something needed to be done because it was not only hindering him being able to spend the night at grandparents’ home, possible sleepovers but at some point they would no longer be making pull ups in his size. At the age of 7, we started to get him up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom so he could make it the entire night with a dry pull up. Yet, sometimes this would still not always be the case because he would still wake up with it wet. By the time he reached the age of 10, he was no longer using pull ups but we were still getting him up every night to go to the bathroom and decided to try chiropractic care to see if that would help. Within weeks we noticed a difference and while there were a couple accidents the first couple months, we are happy to report we are 100% accident free and we are no longer getting him up in the middle of the night. Wish we had tried this approach sooner!”

“My baby is now able to turn her head side to side and her resting position is not always to the same side!”

Wow, looking back at some of these brings up some amazing memories! Some of these families I still have the pleasure of serving and others have gone on and I am sure done great things! I absolutely love what I do and am so grateful that I get to share the value of chiropractic with so many!

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