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

Jameson V – “He has better impulse control, he’s treating friends better, and following directions better.”

“Before coming to Whole Family Chiropractic, Jameson was having emotional and behavioral issues at school. He also was having some balance and coordination difficulties, along with digestion issues – where he was throwing up quite a bit. I felt that medical doctors were really quick to pass us along to the next step. It seemed … Read more

Jamie K – Finding Peace from Postpartum Anxiety

“After the birth of my third child, I was dealing with some more intense postpartum anxiety as well as some pregnancy induced hypertension issues. Functioning with postpartum anxiety is really difficult. It’s difficult to clear your mind enough to get through the day, be present with kids, and obviously care for a newborn. Trying to … Read more

Neurological chiropractic help for autism, sleep, anxiety, and coordination!

Here’s an example of how chiropractic helps the body heal itself – no drugs and no surgery.  If you or your child is struggling, and looking for answers, give us a call  – 651-789-0033. If you’ve become confused, frustrated, and exhausted because you don’t have an answer that makes sense, we love to help.  Not only … Read more

Why is your child so IMPULSIVE?

Is your child overly impulsive? Find out what could be going on inside his or her body.

Does this relate to your child with ADHD?

Is the brain or the body more important for your child to be calm, sit still, and pay attention? If your child struggles in school or with ADHD discover more.

Is ADHD just your child’s learning style?

Wondering if your child is hyper and inattentive because they learn different than others? This could be a huge key for your child with ADHD.

Does your child’s posture affect his brain?

Which causes your child to feel more stress…his body or his brain? Learn the impact the body has, and tips for you as a parent.

Can your child have the GAS and BRAKE on at the same time?

How can you slow your child down if it seems like his foot is always on the gas pedal?