In light of all of the events of the past two and a half years, it’s not surprising that our children have been impacted in drastic ways. However, if you have noticed delays in your own children, the time to act is now. The longer you wait, the harder it is!
Today I’m going to be sharing another case study with you, this time of an 8-year old boy who struggled with anxiety, a suspected attention deficit disorder, and all kinds of other health issues such as asthma, eczema, and poor balance.
I’ll tell you about a ten-year-old boy who first came into my office with ADHD, dyslexis, and a motor tic. Our goal was to help improve this boy’s focus and resolve hyperactivity without using medication.
I share about a 10-year-old boy who came into my office struggling with anxiety, ODD, trouble paying attention, and impulsive behaviour. I see combinations of these behaviours and others in the kids I work with and the good news is there are ways I learn about out what’s going on in their bodies and brains.
What I love about Dr. Jose is that he didn’t try to make it on his own first, as many new chiropractors do, but that he jumped right into working in a collaborative environment. Dr. Jose has such a passion for working with the brain and helping his patients.
A few years ago, Katie had no clue that non-traditional healthcare even existed and just assumed that the traditional healthcare model was the best (and only) option. Eventually, Katie came to the realization that nothing in life is truly neutral and that every decision we make influences us physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
Before her son was born 15 years ago, Kelly had no idea that collaborative healthcare even existed, but after he was born and diagnosed with cerebral palsy, she found herself in conversations with a variety of practitioners.
Dr. Ben specializes in working with patients who have had concussions or other brain injuries. Dr. Ben is passionate about helping people who are under-served, being a life-long learner, and collaborating with other healthcare professionals to give the patient the best treatment possible.
Jennifer shared how she approaches patient care with a three-tier model and also shared some incredible stories of how patients have overcome injuries and seen amazing changes in their bodies and their brains.
When healthcare providers just focus on their own piece of the puzzle and don’t take time to collaborate with others and view the patient’s whole body and brain, patients just aren’t getting better and their treatment is disjointed and ineffective.