What Can Pediatric Care Treat?

Stress and misalignment of the spine can negatively impact your child's overall health, behavior, and development. As a parent, you want to protect your child from pain and sickness, and with our chiropractic treatment, we'll be able to help correct underlying issues before they affect development. Pediatric Care may help improve the following:

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How Pediatric Care Works

Chiropractic care is entirely safe for children of all ages, and our chiropractic clinic understands the needs of children. Stress and trauma to the body and spine can begin with the birthing process. It is easy for an infant's spine to become misaligned from the intense pressure involved with birth, both natural and Cesarean. Throughout the infant and toddler stage, babies may sleep in awkward positions or occasionally take a tumble. Luckily, their bodies are very resilient and can take a lot of force, though these injuries can develop into patterns of movement that can cause a child's bones to misalign over time. Gentle and non-invasive adjustments to the spine will help children become relaxed, and most children even fall asleep after their treatment. These adjustments provide support for a pain-free and positive childhood.

Patient receiving pediatric chiropractic in San Ramon for pain relief

Chiropractic treatments for a child begin with an extensive examination to determine the exact issue and the best treatment route. Even if your child isn't old enough to communicate or is shy, our chiropractors have the skills to work with them to find out what is bothering them before proceeding with treatment.

Our team at Canyon Chiropractic has experience providing chiropractic care for children, and we understand that children's bodies are quite different compared to adults.



Includes Consultation, Examination, X-Rays (if needed), Report of Findings, and First Adjustment.