NORFOLK — Parents bring their children in because they are not eating well, not breastfeeding on both sides, not pooping daily, not happy, not calm, have ear issues, colic or acid reflux; all reasons why you should take your child to visit a chiropractor. These are common indications that something internally is not functioning properly. When a bone is out of place, the nervous system can be affected. “The nervous system controls and coordinates all organs and structures in the human body.”(*Gray’s Anatomy 29th Edition, page 4). When the nervous system is not working at its optimal potential, symptoms can occur. It is important to get your child checked regularly to potentially prevent issues, instead of waiting until problems are horrible. The youngest child I’ve ever personally adjusted was four hours old. The parents understood the impact and necessity of chiropractic at a young age. Keep your child as healthy as possible through the natural healing art of chiropractic. Make your appointment today with Dr. Kim Thor, 407 S. 17th St., 402-316-4641.

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