1. To promote proper growth and development which can limit health challenges, such as issues with nursing and reflux.
  2. To allow a child’s nervous system and spine to grow optimally and without interference.
  3. To improve a child’s immune system and digestive health which can limit colic, constipation, ear infections, bed wetting, asthma, and allergies.
  4. To encourage nerve and brain development (neural plasticity). And to promote proper perception and awareness preventing labels such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Sensory Integration Disorder, and other neurodevelopmental disorders.
  5. To be proactive about your child’s overall health and wellbeing which can limit and support them through colds and infections and allow them to meet their optimal potential.