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Learn the latest research and the secrets behind holistic options for an ADD and ADHD children using state of the art management and treatment techniques.

Because the human body is intricately woven together and intended to function in balance, there may be several issues which need to be addressed in order to improve your child’s mental and physical well-being such as neurological, nutritional, and structural levels.

For example:  The brain is a muscle with multiple parts.  If one part of the brain works harder, the other parts will weaken causing the imbalance to intensify.  Undoubtedly, there are many children living with ADD and ADHD and our doctors at the Chiropractic Nutrition Center want to help parents by evaluating the neurological, nutritional and structural systems of the body and detect where imbalances are occurring.

The first step is performing a comprehensive functional neurological exam to find areas in the brain that are weaker and then recommend appropriate exercises to strengthen the weak portions.   We will also discuss possible food triggers that may be slowing down the weaker portions of the brain and ways to avoid them while replacing them with brain building foods and activities.  Think of it as a person trainer for the brain.  A structural analysis will also be conducted to be sure the body’s communication system is free of interference and suggest a corrective course if needed.

At your first visit we will gather all the initial patient history, neurological functions testing and provide a structural analysis exam, while specific life questionnaires will be provided to the individual to fill out at home.   After the questionnaires are completed, a follow-up visit  will be scheduled to evaluate the questionnaires, review the structurally analysis findings and provide specific instructions on how to proceed.