TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT)– Collins Carlson from Topeka turns 4 months old on Sunday, however her very first months of life have not been easy.
“She was hardly three weeks old, and was simply weeping a lot, more so than our other two (kids) had been,” Heidi Carlson, Collins mama, stated.
Collins was having problem eating and was crying most of the day.
“It was sure not fun having a really fussy infant, especially throughout a time when we were all quarantined,” Heidi said. “A good friend reminded me that chiropractic care is something that we could seek out. I had been receiving (chiropractic doctor) care all throughout my pregnancy.”
Dr. Joshua Foreman, with Foreman Chiropractic in Topeka explained how he adjusts babies.
“People believe we would change children the same method we would an adult. Honestly it's normally made with the small fingers on my hand, my ring finger and pinkie. And the instrument that we utilize periodically to adjust or help to assist, is called instrument help adjusting,” Dr. Foreman stated. “It produces a pretty good force to allow us to be truly precise with our changes on those small spinal columns.”
Dr. Foreman has adjusted Collins 5 times since she was 2 weeks old.
“If it's not moving correctly, we eliminate that restriction and allow the body to heal whatever else.Collins is going to be a pleased, healthy baby,” he stated.
Heidi valued how quickly they had the ability to get in. It's small adjustments to help offer the tiny members of our household some relief.
Dr. Foreman is a Webster Certified Pediatric Chiropractor. For more information on The International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) and certified physicians in your area, click on this link. Source: ksnt.com