This week’s episode of The MaxLiving Podcast is part 2 of last week’s episode relating to kids and chiropractic care.
If you missed part 1, click here: https://maxliving.com/podcast/episode-23-kids-chiropractic-part-1/
Curious to know how chiropractic care would affect your child? Dr. Nick and Dr. Traci say that it’s a life-changing experience for not only the child, but the parent as well. After receiving care, the focus switches from being concerned about the symptom to realizing how much better their life is overall. Kids are happier, more well-behaved, eager to learn, and much more pleasant people to be around. By removing interference and helping them heal as a whole, it changes the trajectory of their life for the better!
When it comes to taking care of your child’s health, Dr. Traci suggests that you trust your own intuition as a parent, rather than listening to a doctor who doesn’t know your child as well as you do. As a parent, you know what’s best for your child, and that’s trusting that their nervous system can heal on its own. Rather than trying to cover up symptoms, we have to understand the power of innate intelligence.
Dr. Nick explains that when your child gets a virus, their body heats up naturally to kill the virus, causing them to have a fever. Although many people think that fevers are a bad thing, it’s actually a good thing because it’s the body’s way of fighting off infection by itself.
Dr. Nick and Dr. Traci mention that the best thing you can do as a parent is to be curious about your child’s health. By asking questions such as “why is this health problem happening to my child”, rather than medicating their symptoms, you’ll gain more information about them and therefore become more empowered.
At the end of the day, you are responsible for your child’s health, and the last thing you want to do is regret the decisions you’ve made for them. If your child has a health issue, take your time to find out ways you can help support their body in this natural healing process, such as incorporating the 5 Essentials® into their lifestyle.
Read more about the 5 Essentials® here: https://maxliving.com/five-essentials/
Dr. Traci says that a lot of parents have the wrong mindset about health. Parents come in wanting to strengthen their child’s immune system, when in reality that’s not the right perspective. We need to support what’s already inborn and “teach you how to not weaken what is already strong” (Dr. Traci).
“We remove interference, remove whatever is causing weakness in the body, and reconnect the brain to the body, the body to the brain so that there is a full communication and full healing,” (Dr. Traci). Through doing this, your child will be set up for a healthy, happy future.
If this episode has inspired you to bring your child to a chiropractor, visit https://maxliving.com/locations/ to find a MaxLiving doctor near you!
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Benefits of Preventative Chiropractic Care You know what they say, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When it comes to your health, the same rules apply. If you don’t put time and effort into preventing health issues from occurring now, you’ll end up having to put in more time, money, and effort later when your health declines. Tune in to today’s new episode of The MaxLiving Podcast to learn the benefits of preventative chiropractic care. You may be thinking, “I’m a relatively healthy person, I don’t need to do anything to protect my health, right?” Wrong! Most health conditions form for a while before showing initial symptoms, which is why preventative care is so important. Dr. Ryan and Ashley explain that chiropractic care and the 5 Essentials should be your first step when being proactive about your health. Learn more about the 5 Essentials® here. If you enjoyed today’s episode, be sure to give us a rating on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, & more! Chiropractic Resources To find a doctor near you, visit maxliving.com/locations. For additional holistic health content, follow us on Instagram @maxlivingofficial and Facebook @maxliving. ...
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