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

Understanding and Managing Chronic Constipation in Children

While talking about poop may bring laughter to kids and parents alike, when your child faces chronic constipation, it becomes a serious concern. Recent research suggests that approximately 25-30% of children experience constipation, impacting their overall well-being. More than a digestive issue, chronic constipation is often a symptom of an underlying problem linked to various … Read more

Subluxation, Stress, & Chronic Illness in Children: What Parents Should Know

🌪️ The Perfect Storm of Chronic Stress, Subluxation, + Sickness in Kids Today 🌪️ Everywhere you look, no matter the age or condition… our kids today are dealing with more chronic illness, stress, and mental health challenges than ever before. Are we supposed to continue to believe the pediatrician and medical system and chalk it … Read more

A Comprehensive Guide to Nurturing Your Infant’s Development

The journey of parenthood is both beautiful and challenging. As a new parent, you might find yourself asking, “What are the keys to ensuring my infant’s health and development?”  In a world brimming with conflicting opinions, navigating the intricate path of understanding what constitutes genuine and healthy development for your little one is often daunting.  … Read more

From Concern to Confidence: Helping Parents Navigate Food Intolerances

Parents, did you know that food intolerance affects up to 20% of the population, as reported by “Medical News Today”? It’s not just limited to gluten and dairy intolerance anymore. Wheat, barley, milk, cheese, bananas, avocados, and more can all be culprits. Is your child included in this 20%?   Food intolerances can manifest differently in … Read more

How to Care for Constipation Naturally

Constipation is a common issue affecting about 30% of children, and it tends to be worse in the preschool and toddler years. However, constipation is not something kids neccessarily grow out of. Instead, they grow into other digestive issues later in life.  If you’ve already tried prebiotics, probiotics, prune juice, pureed prunes, and other natural … Read more

Helping Constipation and Digestion Webinar

Are your gut instincts telling you that something is off with your little one? Have you felt dismissed by your doctor or possibly given a diagnosis that doesn’t offer any solutions or answers?  Constipation and digestive issues in children can be difficult to navigate. You don’t understand why your little one is so uncomfortable and … Read more

Why is your child’s Vagus Nerve so important for their health?

The Vagus Nerve 🧠 is all the craze right now! Any search on google will generate 1,000,000’s of hits with life and “health hacks” galore 🙌. With all the research 📝, bio hacking and natural science 🧬 that has been reported lately, it’s cool to hear about a part of our nervous system 🧠 that … Read more

Why is Vagus Nerve Health So Important For Our Kids?

The Vagus Nerve is all the craze right now! Any search on Google will generate thousands of hits with life and “health hacks” galore.  With all the research, biohacking, and natural science that has been reported lately, it’s cool to hear about a part of our nervous system that can have such an amazing impact … Read more

What if they DON’T grow out of it?

Parents, have you been told by your pediatrician and other pediatric experts, “Don’t worry, they’ll grow out of it.” ?? If you have been up all night with your child who is experiencing colic, chronic constipation, reflux, or ear infection after ear infection, it’s essential to know that these issues may not simply go away … Read more

Ivy J. – “She has been a very happy baby.”

“Ivy was just a couple weeks when we brought her here.  She struggled with digestive issues, reflux, and wasn’t sleeping.  She also had latch and feeding issues because of a tongue and lip tie. Our first born had the same issue and we didn’t find chiropractic care until 4 months.  So we navigated it the … Read more