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Get Natural Relief From ADHD

Its common symptoms are inattention, hyperactivity and impulsivity. According to the American Psychiatric Association (APA), 5% of children in the United States have ADHD. However, the Centers for Disease Control estimate that 11% of U.S. children (ages 4-17) have the disorder.

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A Drug-free Approach to Finding Relief

We never want to look at ADHD as a stigma like it currently is viewed as by the medical system. It’s a set of imbalances that kids are dealing with. When properly addressed, ADHD can truly be a gift. The view for us is ADHD happens when there’s a complex set of environmental forces that interact with specific genetic makeup.

We know there’s an issue with the way the brain is firing, the way it’s processing and the way that it’s outputting. When we’re able to get that to balance, children can process better and respond better to their environment. They’re also able to control their energy. The best part is that with chiropractic’s drug-free approach, these kids don’t lose their creativity. They don’t lose that drive that they often lose when they’re dealing with medication.

Developing the Gift Workshop

We look forward to helping those in the Plymouth community with ADHD by offering a Developing the Gift workshop. This free workshop will be held on Wednesday, September 28, at 7 p.m. at the Plymouth Creek Center, located not far from the practice.

The workshop will address the following:

  • What ADHD is
  • The typical approaches taken to address ADHD
  • The side effects of medication
  • The safety of the medical approach versus the drug-free approach
  • How chiropractic care can influence the brain and nervous system

We also will talk about how we can measure the input and output of energy with the CLA Insight Subluxation Station. At the practice, we base a lot of our care and recommendations on the substation scans. We show what the energy is doing within kids’ bodies and how we’re able to balance that. The technology allows us to visualize what the nervous system is doing through the scans. The workshop is ideal for parents of children with ADHD, adults with the disorder and others, such as teachers, who frequently come in contact with kids who have ADHD.

To register, contact us at (763) 383-5109 today!


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