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Gross Motor Delays and Developmental Milestones

We understand that there’s a lot to keep track of when it comes to taking care of our little ones. From the numerous items in the diaper bag to everything they need day to day, it can be extremely overwhelming. Then there is a whole other chart that isn’t in that diaper bag we need to be aware of as parents, and it’s called the Developmental Milestones Chart. These are things that your pediatrician or family doctor will check in with you on during your well-baby checks. Often, motor development and developmental milestones are overlooked, dismissed, or missed altogether by pediatricians and standard doctors. So, in this blog,…

Exploring the Benefits of Chiropractic Care for Colic

Exploring the Benefits of Chiropractic Care for Colic With the Help of INSiGHT Scans

As a parent myself, I know firsthand how distressing it is to hear your baby cry incessantly. When it’s just a little whimper, we want to jump right in and comfort them, but when it’s all day, every day, and they’re writhing in discomfort and can’t sleep, it’s excruciating to witness. This could be a sign of colic. Unfortunately, many pediatricians tend to dismiss colic as just normal crying and may tell you they’ll grow out of it. But if your gut is telling you that something isn’t right, it’s time to dig deeper. Colic is a common catch-all term used to describe a baby who is crying…


The Vagus Nerve and Chiropractic Care: What You Need to Know

Have you heard of the vagus nerve? It’s a fascinating part of the body that has a significant impact on your overall health and wellness. But what exactly is it? And how can chiropractic care help regulate the activity of this nerve to promote healthy functioning within the body? Let’s take a look at the vagus nerve and how chiropractic care helps support its proper functioning. What is the Vagus Nerve and What Does it Do? The vagus nerve is an important component of the autonomic nervous system (ANS). It controls things like heart rate, digestion, respiration, temperature regulation, immune system response, and more. In short, it serves…