- Does one foot turn out or turn in when she walks?
- Does he have trouble concentrating?
- When she is laying face up (supine) does one leg appear longer than the other?
- Is one shoulder higher than the other?
- Does one arm appear longer than the other when touching palms together and placing hands in front of the body?
- Is he fidgety? Clumsy? Unable to stay still?
- When she stands on one foot for a few seconds, then switches her feet, does she have trouble balancing?
But there’s much more to consider too; children exhibiting any neurological or immunological condition need to be checked by a chiropractor for subluxations (and adjusted if any are found).
Subluxations relate to:
- poor immune function
- even cancer (see below)
- heart conditions
- eye/vision problems
- ear/hearing problems
- digestive problems
- poor energy
- and much, much more.
Got it? Your children get their eyes, teeth, etc. checked – how about their spines? All children need to be checked for subluxations. Bring in the whole family.