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When Did You Receive Your First Subluxation?

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Most “normal” hospital births involve some twisting or pulling to the head and neck while the baby is being born.

For the majority of us, our first subluxation happened with our introduction to the world. Most “normal” hospital births involve some twisting or pulling to the head and neck while the baby is being born. Then, there are babies whose birth involved forceps or a vacuum extractor which exerts even more pressure and stress on the delicate structures of a baby’s head and neck.

Caesarean births are no less stressful on the baby. The doctor is working with a tiny opening and a short time span. Also, muscles which normally help birth cannot assist in this situation. As a result, most Caesarean babies are born by forceps or vacuum extraction.

So, from the very moment most of us were born, there was some interference to the vital life force which flows through our spine and over our nerves. Sometimes this interference is immediately apparent, such as with a baby who is physically challenged from birth or as a young infant. Sometimes this interference won’t show up as a physical symptom until years later, when the body has reached its limits of being able to adapt. Either way, how long should we wait to check a child for subluxation? How long did you wait?

Chiropractic is safe, gentle and effective for all ages. Not just for the treatment or relief of pain or other conditions, but for the purpose of allowing the vital life force to flow uninterrupted, allowing us to express our full potential for life and health.

Chiropractors offer a solution to your health problems!

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