There are quite a few things that chiropractors won’t let their children do but here are the 6 they really don’t want their children or any child doing because it can be detrimental to their physical health.Read More
Many women, and many of our patients, choose to have home births. In fact, Dr Christina has had 2 home births. Chiropractic care can help the body prepare for birth, reducing the need for addition interventions and increasing the outcome for a successful and safe birth at home. For whatever option you choose, give us a call at 303-776-6767 to see how Chiropractic can help you have a safe and more comfortable experience.
Here's a guest post from our friends at the Community Roots Midwife Collective!Read More
Everybody has a little different idea of what their perfect family life looks like. Some people want the big house, expensive cars over having a large family. Some folks have lots of kids and live next door to their extended family. Lots are somewhere in between. But, I’d guess that there’s something in common with every type of family. We all want to be healthy. That’s a very reasonable desire too! When we feel good, we have better relationships, work better and play more.Read More
Dr Christina talks about childhood stuttering. Stuttering, and other speech delays, in young children often can be reduced, if not eliminated, with the help of chiropractic adjustments. If you have a child who has a speech delay, give us a call at 303-776-6767 to see how chiropractic can help.Read More
There are a few things that are universal for all humans. We all need food and water. We all need some form of shelter. We all want to be loved. We all want to be happy. I know that we have all met those people who it’s hard to believe that are looking for happiness or that they get pleasure from anything other than making themselves, or others, miserable, but those people, too, want to be happy.
At the end of the day, when we are being honest with ourselves and others, sometimes feeling happy or thinking positive can be hard. Our American culture, that demands so much from us, doesn’t leave much time for taking care of your physical health, let alone on your mental health.
If you’re in the same boat as me, and I think this is a very large boat, and you feel like your happiness quotient could improve, here are 15 tips on how to get you there.Read More
As parents, we know the importance of making sure our children are given a healthy diet consisting of plenty of vegetables, fruits, and proteins. We know the importance of teaching our children good activity habits and how to be active in order to take care of our bodies. But one very important health aspect that unfortunately some parents are not as aware of is the importance of quality sleep for our little ones. Healthy nighttime and daytime sleep is just as important for our children as eating, playing, and teaching appropriate behavior. As a Certified Sleep Consultant, I get to experience the joy of watching children with poor sleep habits transform into SuperStar Sleepers every day once they are given the proper tools and guidance. I truly believe that any child can be taught to sleep well, and the difference good sleep makes on a child as well as the rest of the family can be life changing!Read More
As you approach the final stretch of your pregnancy, you may be counting down and stressing a little over things that still need to be done. Some women use the third trimester for finishing the nursery, baby shower planning, after delivery meal preparation or any last minute nesting items that need attention. This is also a vital time to really focus on labor and delivery plans and preparation. You may feel you are ready to get the last bit of this pregnancy moving along, only to get the heartbreaking news that your baby is in a breech position. You may be wondering how could this be?Read More
Massage can benefit anyone at any stage in his or her live, even starting before birth! Massage has many benefits, including stress reduction, mood improvement, pain reduction, decreasing headaches, reducing stress related diseases, improved sleep, reduction of crying in infants and improved bonding between parent and child.Read More
In life, it’s nearly always possible to have too much of a good thing, and moderation is usually the right common-sense prescription (no matter what the advertisers say). Screen time is no exception. But how much is too much? That’s the question many parents are asking… There’s no doubt that a little bit of time watching TV, working on a computer, playing video games or using a tablet or smartphone can be useful. However, it’s also become increasingly clear that long, uninterrupted periods of screen time can cause real problems.Read More