Pediatric Scoliosis

Pediatric Scoliosis & the Cervical Spine

Pediatric Scoliosis – A Neck problem in Disguise Pediatric scoliosis is an abnormal sideways spinal curve that develops during childhood. The question is “Why?” From a medical standpoint, physical therapy, bracing and even surgery are all common treatment options for pediatric scoliosis. However, there may be another option. Research shows that the origin of pediatric…

Colic, Birth Trauma and the Neck

Colic, Birth Trauma & the Neck

Colic, Birth Trauma & the Neck Colic in a newborn or infant is NOT normal. And it is NOT something that kids just “grow out of” either. Babies cry for a reason: hungry, scared, wet diaper, etc. So when a baby cries for hours on end, something is wrong. One of the most commonly misdiagnosed…

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome & Dysautonomia

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome & Dysautonomia Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS, also known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy) is a peculiar and extraordinarily painful condition. It is often misdiagnosed, and the only medical treatment is prescription medication to manage the symptoms. By understanding the cause of complex regional pain syndrome, a different approach that focuses on…

Ehlers-Danos Syndrome

Ehlers-Danos Syndrome: Restoring Craniocervical Stability

Ehlers-Danos Syndrome – Restoring Craniocervical Stability For people diagnosed with Ehlers-Danos Syndrome, the medical prognosis is exceptionally frustrating. “It’s a genetic condition.” “There’s nothing you can do.” “You have to learn to just live with it.” WE BELIEVE THAT YOUR BODY CAN HEAL, EVEN WITH EHLERS-DANOS SYNDROME. Many medical professionals are simply unaware of Ehlers-Danos…