Whole Family Chiropractic – Dr. Tye Moe – Dr. Chelsey Henney – Pediatric and Family Chiropractors in Minneapolis and St Paul, MN 55116


Help your child’s brain feel calmer and more organized.

“Carl has ADHD which we’ve been managing with medication (Vyvanse). We were worried because it has prevented him from eating and we’ve had concerns about his growth. Also, he would have a major meltdown when coming off the med after school.

We were looking for ways to combat his impulsivity and inability to sit still. He was touching people & siblings and saying things out of turn. Getting ready in the morning was one of the biggest challenges we faced. He also had a hard time calming himself and communicating his problems. He was doing okay at school with his medication, but we wanted to see if he could do well without it.

As we’ve started chiropractic, I’ve noticed he has more ease in getting over his melt-downs. He is happier and more talkative overall. We are seeing fewer meltdowns, and if he has them they are shorter. He can recuperate a lot quicker than he used to, even than when he was on the meds. Also, chiropractic is lasting longer than the meds. The meds only lasted a few hours and coming off it was always tough. He is eating more too.

One example is from our recent family trip – it was a long-day, it was hot, we had gone to the Statue of Liberty, and we were on the ferry. I moved him quickly to let someone else sit next to us. Initially he was mad and yelled, but then he was able to explain why he was mad and to calm himself down. My sister-in-law noticed how he was able to express himself and calm himself more quickly.

I like the approach that Whole Family Chiropractic takes in finding ways to help without medication. And Carl enjoys it, he likes coming, and he likes the way it makes him feel. With the scans we can see the progress. We also enjoy the one-on-one time we receive to understand the scans and what is going on in his body.

I also like that we’ve established a goal and feel like we’re all working toward it as a team. We’re all in it together and we all know what’s best for Carl!”

~Therese S. with Carl’s help 🙂

Why is your child so impulsive? (2.5 minutes)

Does this relate to your child with ADHD? (1.5 minutes)

Have you ever felt like you don’t fully understand what your kiddo is feeling or why their behaviors can be out of control? We get it, it can be confusing to understand what you’ve been told about your child’s challenges and even more difficult to know what you should be doing to help them.

We have talked with so many families who are walking a mile in your exact shoes. Parents, it’s not easy trying to find out how to help your child with ADD or ADHD challenges, and even harder when you don’t fully understand the way your child sees their world.

Our goal is to help you understand not only how to help your child, but how to see the stress on the inside of their body and how it is contributing to different behaviors in their life.

For children who are living with ADD or ADHD challenges, behaviors such as these are common:

  • Constantly moving and on the go
  • Sleeping issues and trouble turning their brain off at night
  • Trouble with transitions and routine changes
  • Lack of focus – leading to challenges with grades, speech, and learning
  • Trouble connecting the dots

Parents, you’re not alone in this. We’re here to help you get answers as to WHY your child is struggling and WHAT you can do to HELP their brain feel more CALM and ORGANIZED!

More great resources in the ADD/ADHD section of our blog, including: