how to sleep when pregnant

How Should I Sleep When I’m Pregnant?

“Sleep only on your left side” is an idea I have heard often and repeatedly from patients who have inevitably received this guideline from various pregnancy resources. Don’t stress about sleep positions during pregnancy! Let me share where this came from and why you don’t need to worry about it IF your body is balanced…

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Everyone Needs to Poop

Everyone Needs to Poop

I doubt most mothers know ahead of time just how much poop would become a main topic of interest once they have children. How often does your baby poop? What color and consistency is it? Cloth or disposable diapers? Which brand and type? How and when to potty train? Bedwetting and when it may or…

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What does Gut Health Have to do with Immunity

What does Gut Health Have to do with Immunity?

With the holidays approaching, we will be getting out of our regular routines. This often includes our healthy eating and self care habits. So let’s explore the importance of gut health and how it can impact every system in your body. Sometimes the gut is called the second brain and there’s good reason for that…

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Walking Development Babies

Walking: Supporting Developmental Milestones

Developmental milestones represent how the BRAIN the brain and body are changing. A baby’s brain, in general, develops from the back (the location responsible for reflexes, vision centers, and overall muscle tone of the body). As they grow and develop, the brain makes more connections moving forward, crossing side-to-side and eventually into the front of…

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Standing Development Babies (1)

Standing: Supporting Developmental Milestones

Developmental milestones represent how the BRAIN the brain and body are changing. A baby’s brain, in general, develops from the back (the location responsible for reflexes, vision centers, and overall muscle tone of the body). As they grow and develop, the brain makes more connections moving forward, crossing side-to-side and eventually into the front of…

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Rolling Stage Development Babies

Rolling: Supporting Developmental Milestones

Developmental milestones represent how the BRAIN the brain and body are changing. A baby’s brain, in general, develops from the back (the location responsible for reflexes, vision centers, and overall muscle tone of the body). As they grow and develop, the brain makes more connections moving forward, crossing side-to-side and eventually into the front of…

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Baby Ergonomics Sitting

Sitting: Supporting Developmental Milestones

Developmental milestones represent how the BRAIN the brain and body are changing. A baby’s brain, in general, develops from the back (the location responsible for reflexes, vision centers, and overall muscle tone of the body). As they grow and develop, the brain makes more connections moving forward, crossing side-to-side and eventually into the front of…

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chiropractic postpartum healing

Chiropractic for Postpartum Healing

Congratulations! You had your baby…now what?  Did you know chiropractic care can be beneficial for your postpartum healing? Postpartum is filled with many physical, chemical and emotional changes as you heal from birth and learn to care for your newborn.  Physically, no matter how your delivery went, your body has gone through quite the dramatic…

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chiropractic check-ups babies

Chiropractic Check-Ups for Babies!

Congratulations on bringing home your baby!  Did you know that newborns can get wellness chiropractic check-ups too? Birth can be one of the first traumas in life and clearing any tension from a newborn is easiest in the first couple of weeks of life.  Babies are designed to go through birth a specific way, head…

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insurance coverage chiropractic

Insurance for Chiropractic Care

Did you know that there are all kinds of rules about how insurance for chiropractic works and is allowed to be used? Most of us think in terms of whether or not a procedure or treatment is covered but don’t realize the “reason” for this service is actually a big part of whether or not…

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