Whether your child is ten minutes old or ten years old, we provide gentle, competent care to fit the needs of their developing spine. There is no rough or extreme twisting or popping.
The adjustments performed on infants are performed with the finger tips with a light amount of pressure - about the amount of pressure one would use to check the ripeness of a tomato.
Some common secondary conditions we see in infants include difficulty sleeping, difficulty nursing or bottle feeding (painful or shallow latch, dribbling excessive milk from the mouth during feedings, and uneven milk supply from side to side in the nursing parent), skull or facial asymmetry, and torticollis.
The sooner these issues are caught, the easier they tend to be to correct, however, even if your child is older they may still benefit from our care.
The best way to find out is to contact us with your questions and concerns.