When we think of chiropractors, we often equate them to helping with back pain alone. However, research has shown time and again how neurologically based chiropractic care can aid in a multitude of pain, as well as functions of the body. Many children visit the ENT at some point during their early development from ear infections, all the way to hearing loss.
Often, the recommendations include surgically inserting tubes to aid in rectifying the hearing loss. This procedure is often met with success, but not always. If subluxation, (misaligned spinal bones) are present in the spine, this puts pressure on the nerves and causes communication between the brain and bodily functions to be distorted or blocked entirely.
Getting adjusted relieves the pressure on the nerves so functions – including hearing – can work at their full capacity. Studies show that time and repetition of chiropractic care results in improvement in speech, hearing, and academic abilities.
Yes, chiropractic can help with relieving back pain, but the goal is to do so much more by giving the body the ability to function and feel 100%!
“The office is very welcoming and knowledgeable! I love the Christian atmosphere! I’ve also noticed that the dizziness when going from bending over to standing has decreased!”
“I had ear pain/pressure and dizziness for several years even though my ENT said everything looked good and there was no impact on my hearing. I had never seen any chiropractors before and wasn’t sure how it would really help my symptoms. However, the office is very welcoming and knowledgeable! I love the Christian atmosphere! I’ve also noticed that the dizziness when going from bending over to standing has decreased! My husband is also under care for back pain and issues. He feels and functions better, and his back pain has decreased! I would absolutely recommend chiropractic to others who are in pain!”
K. N., DC. (2018). Resolution of Hearing Loss, Improved Speech & School Performance Following Chiropractic Management of Vertebral Subluxations ina Male Child: A Case Study. J. Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health, 2018(2), 77-83.