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CONNECTED KIDS

Start Healthy + Stay Healthy. During the first few years of life, essential neuro-development changes occur that are crucial to a child’s lifelong growth and development. Through pediatric chiropractic care, a child has the ability to grow and thrive right from the start. At birth, there are roughly 100 billion neurons already developed in a child’s brain; few will be produced after this point in a child’s life.

 At Harmony Family Chiropractic, we extensive training in pediatric chiropractic care and are able to assess if your child is functioning at their best. Getting your child checked by a chiropractor regularly from birth ensures their neuro-spinal system is clear and connected so they can batter adapt to life stressors and develop optimally.

Chiropractic does not treat these issues, but instead improves the bodies’ natural ability to heal and regulate itself by keeping the nervous system functioning at its best. At Harmony Family Chiropractic, we are extensively trained in pediatric chiropractic care to help your little ones have the best start to life so that they may express their full potential.

CONNECTED KIDS WITH A CLEAR NERVOUS SYSTEM EXPERIENCE:

  • Increased + improved sleep

  • Reach milestones timely

  • Decreased colic/reflux

  • Diminished allergies

  • Less asthma

  • Improved digestion

  • Less hyperactivity and sensory challenges

  • Less ear infections

  • Increased immune system function 

  • Enhanced athletic performance

  • Improvement in behavior

  • More connection

Contact Us

Cary, NC    |  info@liveinharmonync.com  |  919.234.0505

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Nursing Issues
Reflux + Excessive Spit Up
Stiffness + Tightness
Car Seat + Tummy Time
Colic + Excessive Crying
Gas Pains + Constipation
Torticollis + Head Shape
Milestones + Growth

Babies

Congestion, Coughs, Colds
Ear Infections
Sleep Issues
Eczema
Speech Development
Coordination

Toddlers

Kiddos

ADD

ADHD
Anxiety
Asthma
Sensory Processing Disorder
Growing Pains
Bedwetting
Sleep
Behavior + Emotions

Teens

Headaches
Anxiety + Depression
Sleep
Hormones
Sports Performance
Academic Performance
Focus
Mood