Posts Tagged ‘children’

Sam The Chiropractor attends Healthy Family Day in Chino, CA

Tuesday, April 7th, 2015


Healthy Family Day 2015The City of Chino and YMCA invite you to attend Healthy Family Day event on Saturday April 11th, 2015 from 9am to 12pm. The event is a free community event that will take place at Ruben S. Ayala Park near the Chino Valley YMCA. Stop by with your family and stop by our booth to say hello! There will be free give aways, entertainment and lots of other prizes.

  • Health Screenings & Information
  • Rock Wall Climbing
  • Healthy Chino’s Rock the Bike
  • Obstacle Course
  • Pee Wee Games
  • Fitness Demonstrations
  • Garden Workshop
  • Entertainment
  • Contests
  • Vendor Booths
  • Food
  • And More!

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Concussions In Childhood Are No Laughing Matter

Thursday, September 26th, 2013

childhood concussionsConcussions arise from an injury to the tissues or blood vessels in the brain. These can occur when the soft tissues are pressed against the bone of the skull, resulting from an impact or blow to the head experienced during a fall or from sports injury.

How Children May Benefit From Chiropractic Care

Wednesday, June 26th, 2013

chiropractic childrenA growing number of families in the U.S., both parents and children, are discovering the benefits of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), including chiropractic care. The good news is that you’re never too young or too old to benefit from chiropractic care. Todays state-licensed chiropractors generally have the training and experience to work with patients from early childhood through to advanced age. However, some practitioners also choose to focus on the unique needs of specific types of patients.

Backpack Pain in Children

Tuesday, May 14th, 2013

backpack chiropracticChildren are experiencing more back, shoulder, and neck pain sooner in life than the U.S. has ever experienced. The backpack your child carries may be the problem.

Long-Term Effects

Some chiropractors say that 75% to 80% of teenagers they treat experience problems related to backpacks. With millions of children carrying backpacks in the U.S., doctors worry that heavier bags are going to result in more serious chronic lower back pain, shoulder pain, and neck pain in the future.