Would you like your child to have an advantage when it comes to learning? Find out here, as Dr. Tye Moe explains how chiropractic care can give your child the edge.
If you are tired of your child’s unwillingness to cooperate or follow your instructions, find out here why it may because of their SPD. Click here for more information on SPD (sensory processing disorder)
Even if your child’s hearing tests normal, there may be an issue with how your child’s brain understands what it hears. Learn how different parts of hearing affect learning and socializing. Click here for more information on SPD (sensory processing disorder)
Confused how vision affects your child with learning disabilities such as Autism, Asperger’s, or Dyslexia?
Learn the two parts of vision that can affect your child’s learning. Help clarify why your child can have “good” vision, but still be diagnosed with a problem. Discover the opposite difference between the vision problems in autism (ASD) and dyslexia. Click here for more information on SPD (sensory processing disorder)
My daughter has suffered from fairly severe eczema (and more recently, related allergies) since she was about 12 months old. She has had extremely itchy skin, which has been incredibly disruptive to her life and has been very difficult to watch as a parent. After hearing about the benefit of chiropractic for children with eczema, […]
Want your child with SPD to engage more in the world? Learn the most important piece. Click here for more information on SPD (sensory processing disorder)
Wondering why your child with SPD is great at home but a nightmare in public? Or maybe they are well behaved at school, but meltdown as soon as they get home? Learn more to help your child with sensory processing disorder. Click here for more information on SPD (sensory processing disorder)
Power Up Your Brain #6 of 6 (To Register for the Upcoming Brain Gym Workshop, Click Here) Charge Your Brain With Easy Movements for School, Home, and Work: This blog is on easy movements that increase calm and focus for your brain. Teachers do these and find their students are more attentive, […]