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

Sensory and ADHD Webinar – 2024

Living with ADHD or Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) can be challenging for the whole family, from going out to restaurants to getting haircuts to getting reports from teachers. To truly address the root cause (something traditional doctors skip altogether) we have to look back in a child’s prenatal and birth history, and then directly assess … Read more

How to help Sensory Processing Overwhelm

 Living with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) can be challenging for the whole family – from going out to summer festivities to neighborhood gatherings. These sensory sensitivities or sensory seeking symptoms the brain 🧠 is processing can be difficult to understand, but there’s help available. ⬇️ To address the root cause we have to look … Read more

Proprioception: The Missing Piece in Your Child’s Development Puzzle

As parents, we constantly seek to make the best decisions for our children’s health, and when we have that gut feeling that something is not right, it’s unsettling, especially if we’re not quite sure what is wrong. There is a term that may not be on the radar for most parents: proprioception. If your child … Read more

Back to School #5/5 – Calm and Organize Your Child’s Brain With Neurologically Based Chiropractic

Help your child transition back to school. Discover two simple ways neurologically based chiropractic helps to calm and organize your child’s brain. By activating their vagus nerve and putting calm into their brain from their body, you can set them up for success (and make your job as their parent easier)! Whether they have a … Read more

Empowering Parents Through The Perfect Storm: A Path to Your Child’s Optimal Health

Hey parents! You may have heard some buzz about Pediatric Chiropractic and the Perfect Storm, and you might be wondering what it’s all about. First and foremost, it can absolutely help you take control of your child’s health journey. You may find yourself asking questions like, “What the heck is a pediatric chiropractor, and what … Read more

Are my toddler’s meltdowns appropriate? (Or from Sensory Processing Issues)

When your toddler has a meltdown, have you ever thought… ☑ Wow, that seems like a big reaction for something so little! 🤯 ☑ I know kids have feelings, but why does everything need to cause such BIG feelings 💣 ☑ It seems like my kiddo has tantrums that last way longer than they should … Read more

Eat, Sleep, & Poop – Your Child’s Foundations for Neurodevelopment

  “3 Simple Steps to Long Term Health for our Kids: Eat 👩‍🍼, Sleep 💤, Poop 💩” With more and more stressors and challenges layering on our kids it can be hard to know where to start. In early development from nursing 👩‍🍼, sleeping 💤, and pooping 💩, to ear infections 🤒 and colic, to … 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

Sensory & ADHD Webinar – Better Understand How to Help Your Child

 If your child is struggling at school this year, this webinar will help you better understand WHY, and more importantly how to help your child’s brain feel calmer and more organized. You’ll learn: What stresses from inside the body may be stressing your child’s brain – leading to behavior issues, poor focus, meltdowns, anxiety, … Read more

Preparing Your Child for Back to School Webinar

Help your child improve their ability to handle stress so they better handle this year’s transition back to school. In this online webinar Dr. Tye goes in-depth to explain: The biggest challenges kids face during the back to school transition (and how those challenges are magnified if they struggle with ADHD, sensory issues, or anxiety) … Read more