Baby Hints & Tips

Experience with Chiropractors

Friendly Chiropractor with PatientHave you used a chiropractor? If so, what did you use it for?
Did it work? and would you recommend it? Was it a continuous treatment or a one off?

  •  I did for a little while and the problem kept coming back and pretty much went back to normal the next day I then decided to go to a physio and it helped a lot more! The physio works with muscles to strengthen them to stop the problem I found the chiropractor was only a “quick fix”.   Jasmin
  •  My GP said chiropractors for babies are not good, because spine is still developing and it’s a risk.   Karla
  •  I’ve been using Chiro’s since I was a baby and have done so for all my kids at different times also. In my entire life, I’ve never seen a chiro adjust a baby’s spine. Chiro is about much, much more than spinal manipulation. Just thought I’d let you know – because a lot of people are a bit misguided as to what a chiro actually does, especially where babies are concerned.   Jana
  •  I used a gonstead chiro weekly in my pregnancy. At the end bubs was posterior and not engaged, I used him to help her get in the right position (which didn’t work never engaged and ended up with ceasear at 42 weeks but that’s another story). The day I got out of hospital baby Maloney was in getting adjusted. She has been the most settled, content, placid, happy bub. She’s had total 2 adjustments since birth, now 11 months. Highly recommend.   Briony
  •  I used chiro during my first two pregnancies but didn’t with my third. I had problems with hip instability during all three pregnancies and found chiro to work, but for my third I used SRC Pregnancy Shorts and they worked just as well and were a lot cheaper!   Katrina
  •  I have been regularly getting Chiro for almost 10 years after a injury that resulted in whiplash. I had it through pregnancy as it helped with my hips and neck (with a 20 minute seat in a massage chair first). Always make sure you are treated individually. That you are treated for how you are feeling and usually that means each treatment is slightly different. Also it’s a great help when stretches are given for you to do between treatments.   Toni
  •  My second pregnancy I started bleeding at about 8 weeks. Every few days I would bleed. Each time heavier. Hospital would check me over, ultrasound me, send me home. By 21 weeks I was beside myself. We fished out a clot from the toilet larger than a baseball and we had to take it to the hospital in a plastic bag. After two hours, they couldn’t do anything more so sent me home. I had a toddler at home. At 22 weeks, they were not going to let me go home yet they had NO IDEA why I was bleeding. Friends had sworn by chiropractic so i tried it NOT because I thought it would work but so that IF I did miscarriage, I would know I tried everything I could. Also, with a toddler at home I didn’t want to spend from 22 weeks til birth in hospital just to cover their legal butt when they hadn’t been able to help or understand my bleeding. From the day I had my first chiropractic appointment I never had fresh blood again. Coincidence? It doesn’t for the pattern of months of escaling bleeding. My lower bag was very out. The nerves to my pelvis stem from this part of my spine. I wish I still went to chiropractic regularly but I don’t due to cost. But my chiro resluts from my second pregnancy 13 years ago are priceless (and he’s now taller than me).   Cherie
  •  Yes! Love my chiropractor. During my pregnancy I had a very painful SI Joint (lower back)I saw her for 5 sessions during my pregnancy. I took my 4 month old with me and she helped to realise some hard spots in his abdomen. He doesn’t poo much and it gets uncomfortable for him. He did a big poo a day later and hasn’t been so uncomfortable since. She also showed me a reflexology point to stimulate bowel movements.   Sally
  •  I have taken my dd since 2mths for reflux found it helped her sleep better at least for a few days, has also helped her with her neck as she favoured one side and once walking fixed a issue we had with her walking with one foot turned in. She’s almost 2 now and we go every cpl mths but she is almost at the point of not needing anymore apparently most bubs only need a cpl visits but we had an cmpi allergy that wasn’t diagnosed till over 1 so has taken longer to fix. I would live for the days early on when she had Chiro as it was the only time she would have a good day sleep.   Lauren
  •  I didn’t know anything about them till after having kids. I would have taken my colicky bubs for sure. I have been going for 4yrs or so. Back n neck issues. Fixes me straight away. Im a heavy exerciser so put much stress on my spine and legs/hips. Instant help. Physio never gets the right spot. Just hurts the muscles. Go to someone thats recommended.   Carla
  •  No chiropractor but osteopath for hyperemesis gravidum , craniology /trigger points highly effective. Osteopath for bub digestive issue. Effective.   Chloe
  •  I did see a chiropractor while pregnant. My pelvis was so badly out, I could not lift it while lying on my back and I was in constant pain at work. I went once at 23 weeks and it fixed it. I then went again at 36/37 weeks to make sure it was all still in place and to align what wasn’t. The second one wasn’t a necessity at all, but I was desperate to try anything that would help bub to turn down, and if my pelvis wasn’t in properly, it might have restricted bub from doing so.   Ina
  •  I used a chiro when my toilet trained dd wasn’t making it time for the loo all of a sudden, he made a gentle adjustment using the little gentle thumper thing & she came good within a week. For my during pregnancy chiro and acupuncture were my saviors.   Indigo
  •  A bowen therapist is also good for pregnancy. I could feel when it was getting near the day for my appointment. She also saw my daughter and few times after birth and helped her when we noticed she always turned her head one way which was leading towards flat head.   Nicole
  •  I used a chiropractor for my neck and lower back. Was trying physio for a number of months with no improvement, 1 visit to the chiropractor and I had instant relief.   Jen
  •  I used one for my son from 4 weeks old after a recommendation from a lactation consultant. He was arching his back and fussing while feeding. We went to prob 10-15 treatments over the course of 3 months. It was a specific children’s chiro and he had a whole lot of knowledge and was spot on in his descriptions of what should improve first. I’ve had a paed say it was all crap and was just coincidence that it worked, so who knows? I was just happy that it fixed my fussy baby.   Sarah
  •  I take my daughter to a chiropractor/kineasiologist. It’s a great combo, especially for getting rid of the toxins that come with vaccinations, but not getting rid of the vaccination itself.   Tammie
  •  I have been using a chiropractor on and off for the past 3 years since the birth of my first child. Although my issue has not resolved I do find that I get immediate relief from my visits.   Bianca
  •  I used a chiropractor for my new born and it was the best decision ever the results where fantastic and the knowledge my chiropractor had whent above and beyond his duties.   Andrea
  •  Yes – reflux and attachment issues with feeding. Seemed to work, attachment improved and stopped needing medications. It was several sessions and they then like to see them every 3mths for a check-up but TBH we haven’t bothered since as things have stayed good. I’d recommend it but didn’t like how they wanted us to come back and back.   Nat
  •  Yes -Everyday life pregnancy and for our little Person would return every time- I trust my Chiro Over the physio with my back and shoulders!!! Not A bad word to Say here.   Teagan
  •  I used one in pregnancy from 26-40 weeks. I think this played a huge factor in having a lovely birth. My pelvis was unaligned when I first went and by the end of my pregnancy everything was straighten out and ready for baby to come down the birth passage easily. I took my 7 day old baby to the same chiropractor to check if she needed any treatment after being curled up in the womb for so long. I went to Young Chiropractic in Wembley (WA). All treatment was soft adjustments.   Mullins
  •  I had an extremely bad back during my pregnancy, so bad it got to the point I could hardly walk I was in so much pain. It took a few sessions but after seeing a chiro it was the only thing that kept me going and not bed ridden. Now after having my son, who is nearly 2 and already half my height I see a chiro and take my son for check ups as well. Fully support chiros.   Jackie
  •  I have been going to a chiropractor regularly for a few years due to previous back and neck injuries. I am currently 30 weeks pregnant and feel great. My chiropractor has three kids of her own and has been incredibly helpful with her advice. Diane
  •  Highly recommend my chirp/kinesiologist! I only discovered them with my 4th pregnancy and for the first time not as much back pain, I finally didn’t suffer from sciatic pain & I didn’t get as much heartburn! We take all our kids and our youngest has been going since she was 2 weeks old! We use NORWEST WELLNESS on a regular basis from physical needs to emotional needs! Yes a good chiro/ kinesiologist can help you with emotional problems as well as things like viruses and of course structural. It depends on your needs as to how long/ often you need to go! Hope this helps.   Sarah
  •  My 3rd lil boy, (born by c sec), we took him to a chrio when he was lil over a wk old… He had major conjunctivitis and breast milk wasn’t working. The circumcision (yes we did give him the snip! Personal choice…. Don’t hate) doctor suggested us to a chrio. He went 3 times…. Once a week. After the first visit there was so much improvement! But there was no need to keep going as he was fixed.   Debbie
  •  I had pinched nerves near the end of my pregnancy. Made it painful to walk. Used a chiro and fixed it wonderfully! Went a few times the first week, then weekly after that for a few weeks. I used a chiro that has experience with pregnant women so he knew what he was doing to help without harming baby.   Brandy
  •  My son saw a chiro when born (I worked there) he was regularly adjusted to recover from birth and then as preventative measures (especially when there at the age of falling on their butt all the time). Becky
  •  I have taken all three of my babies to chiro – couple of weeks old. They all needed adjustments after birth – stiff necks, tight arms etc.. I have taken them regularly, especially when there had been a change in their behaviour eg. Not sleeping properly. Every time something has been out, they get adjusted then back to normal. All my babies are great sleepers and very healthy. I totally recommend it.   Jacinta
  •  I defiantly recommend a Chiropractor. I seen on through my entire pregnancy. You’ll love the relieve of lower back pain as your tummy grows. I took my son to my chiropractor after he was born. They can adjust their spine after being born. You’ve got to admit it must be a lot of stress on their body as well being pushed out.   Jannette
  •  I saw a chiro all through my pregnancy. My 2 yr old now sees a children’s chiro she is scheduled to have grommets however since seeing the chiro it looks like she won’t have too as the fluid is now disappearing.   Julianne
  •  I have used a chiropractor for approximately 2 years now. I was told I would forever live with severe pain after my 14 year old was born posterior and cracked one of my discs. After seeing my chiropractor for 6 months I could go approximately 4-6 weeks without pain. Now I can go for 8-12 weeks with no pain. I swear the only reason I gave birth to both my boys ok was due to my chiropractor. I was only off my feet for 2 weeks at the end of pregnancy no.3. My daughter sees him for her neck once a month from a car accident and both my boys saw him about 2 weeks to 1 month after their own births to align them and help them sleep and it worked for both of them too. I have such awesome sleepers because of my chiropractor. I do believe that you need to search for a good chiropractor because they are not all good and not all of them are good with babies. I would only go to one on the recommendation of a friend or family member who have used the one you’re planning on seeing.   Vix
  •  I started using a chiro before I was pregnant as I work in a physical retail job. The results spoke for themselves as I had no more neck, shoulder and lower back pain after being corrected every month. Now nearly 6 months Preg at the same job- standing up all day etc I still go every month and have been feeling great. No pain at all. Works wonders for my back.   Anne
  •  I saw a Chiro throughout my pregnancy for back pain- was the best thing I ever did. We then took our 5 day old bub to ensure she had no spinal issues through birth, bub tends to favour one side of her head so he has been treating her to help her neck. Our Chiro is a wellness chiropractor who looks at diet, health and wellness when treating. I would always suggest a wellness Chiro over a traditional.   Blare
  •  Instead Of chiro I used an osteopath for my son, i found it alot better, he was born with a crooked Spine due to a traumatic c section delivery. and was unable to turn his head which resulted in an asymmetrical shaped head. 4 treatments and has was much better. Id definitely go back its amazing.   Asha
  •  I have problems with sciatica which is exacerbated by being pregnant, generally around 20 weeks. After discussing it with dr at pregnancy care checkup went to chiro who was trained in pregnancy care. Worked wonders and did not need to go back until after bub was born. Unfortunately I’d had some damage to my back during birth so this was quite painful but I would definitely recommend seeing a chiro during pregnancy. You need to make sure the chiro is trained in caring for pregnancy, not all are, as not all are trained to take care of bubs. Also, talk to your dr or midwife, just in case there is a more serious problem. If the treatment causes too much pain make sure you let the chiro know and don’t do it again until you have a checkup as you may be better off with something like hydrotherapy.   Sandi
  •  I had physio in my 1st two pregnancies for sciatica and was almost twice weekly by the end, this last pregnancy I tried chiro and only had to go fortnightly it was amazing
  • Instant relief and it lasted longer! Highly recommend it.   Jodie
  •  I used a chiro before and during my pregnancy for me I don’t think it did any good, I also used the same one for my some when he was born and to be honest I am not sure if it helped or not.   Teresa
  •  I was a total skeptic till I had a bad migraine one day and I swear by them now. Mine has lots of families that go to him and kids are relaxed when he treats them too.   Jenny
  •  We used a chiropractor for my daughter when she was a newborn with shoulder issues, cannot recommend highly enough, much improvement after a few visits; I was skeptical at first but would not hesitate to recommend a chiro for babies.   Tenille
  •  I took my little boy when he was 6 weeks after a recommendation from a friend to help with his colic. Best thing I ever did. He had immediate relief and went from severe discomfort and colic screams at every feed to once a day and now 4 weeks later I get the screaming probably once a week if that. I took him twice the first week, twice the second week, once the third week and now we are on fortnightly. Find someone who you know specializes in pediatrics and/ or Webster methods.   Louisa
  •   We used chiro for our son (diagnosed medicated reflux at 2 weeks) diagnosed with colic at 8 weeks, started chiro at 8 weeks for reflux and colic, it was a continuous treatment (2-3 times a week for 4-5 weeks), diagnosed for cmpi at 12 weeks, chiro did offer him relieve after each treatment, and did notice when he needed treatment. He is now 8 months and has just started going bimonthly.     Jemima
  •  I use chiro/kinesiology. Swear by him. I see him for migraines, bowel disease, endometriosis, hormonal imbalance, back pain, leg pain. If I am out of whack I see him weekly for a couple of weeks then it stretches out. When I’m good I go when I feel I need to. I get used to knowing when I’m not feeling great. I get so much relief after I go.     Kimberly
  •  I used a chiro once a week throughout pregnancy. He was fantastic, I highly recommend it! I have a very bad back, sciatica and scoliosis, which he treated throughout. Worked wonders for me.   Melissa
  •  I had an episode of awful back pain in pregnancy at about 30ish weeks that also gave me bad headaches. The chiro did adjustments and said that my coccyx was twisted. I went for visits twice a week initially, then weekly and fortnightly until about 36 weeks. (I had my baby at 37+ weeks). It helped so much and italso allowed me to keep up with my toddler. I had my second baby, naturally at home in about 2.5hrs. I would highly recommend it.   Aimee
  •  I’ve been using a Chiro for 5years I think….I used one all through pregnancy and ds got adjusted a week after he was born to make sure everything was in alignment after labour and birth. I have scoliosis and for years suffered a pain in my right ribcage. Got diagnosed with everything under the sun because the Drs couldn’t work out why I was in so much pain. I saw this other chiropractor, but I didn’t feel like he was doing anything. He never asked how I was going after adjustments was in n out and just wanted your money. Then I saw one of those shopping centre stalls where they check your spine etc n I was hesitant but I haven’t looked back best decision I made. Last year I didn’t go for 3months due to financial situation. I couldn’t walk. Literally was in agony every time I took a step. I got down onto the floor n literally could not get back up. If it wasn’t for the fact that I had my phone on me at the time. I would’ve been stuck there until god knows when. Lesson learnt – never miss an apt and now that I’m pregnant again with twins this time. It’s crucial now more than ever that I keep going.    Krystal
  •  I started seeing a chiro regularly after the birth of my first bub. We believe labour forced my pelvis to twist a bit and I eventually got a severe back injury. Chiro was a godsend and she straightened me out. I am pregnant again but stopped seeing my chiro at about 10 weeks because she left the practice and left town and I was scared to continue too far into my pregnancy. I’ll be going back ASAP after bub #2 comes next month.   Jaime
  •  My son had back to back ear infections to the point they wanted tubes. Couple visits and he didn’t have another ear infection for 2 years. I used it during pregnancy to help with labor. I believe it helped some but she was stubborn and posterior so we had a harder time than expected. If she hadn’t been I believe it greatly had helped us. My daughter had a visit at 10 days old, cranio sacral therapy and we never had an issue with colic, Breastfeeding or reflux. Was great! We were in an accident last month, kids received two visits and were cleared. I suffered whiplash and strains and the chiropractor has greatly greatly reduced the issues I was having although I still have 2-3 months of therapy.   Kayla
  •  I went to my chiro constantly throughout my pregnancy as I had an aching hip due to the relaxing making my tendons loose. Helped immensely! Took my bub a couple of times, but tbh she was pretty cruisy and I didn’t notice a difference in her after treatments. I would definitely recommend for pregnancy & post birth.   Danica
  •  I used a chiro when I was pregnant on the advice of my massage therapist. I was attacked by a dog when I was 24 weeks. It tried to pull me down and in the process I really hurt my back. After going to the chiro I felt so much better and I continued to go until about 6 weeks after bub was born. I also took bub when he was 8 days old. He was favouring one side when I was breastfeeding and wouldn’t attach to the other side. I had wonderful results with that too and bub is 7 months old now and he goes back every 8 weeks for a tune up.   Tiffany
  •  I used a chiro when I was 4 months pregnant… Got so much relief! My 3 year old was also severely constipated. The Dr was even talking about surgery to remove the impaction. Went to our chiro, within 3 days he was regular again and has been ever since!! Have to find a good one though!!   Haley
  •  I used and still use a Chiro for both pregnancies and swear by them. Both babies were seen by my Chiro within hours of being born as was I ( it helps having a friend as one). By the end I was on weekly treatments. We all now see the Chiro about 4-6 weeks unless I think we need to go sooner. They are great for keeping active and adventurous 2 year old boys body’s aligned.   Jess
  •  I had bad pubic pain and sciatic pain during my second pregnancy and a couple of trips to the chiro cleared it up.   Sarah
  •  I went to one as I had a displaced coccyx and whiplash twice which affected my neck. I was in a lot of pain, but my chiropractor fixed it. It took a couple of years, but was worth it. When I became pregnant my coccyx started hurting again really badly, but since giving birth it has been fine again.   Laura
  •  I used a chiro for my baby’s reflux and it helped alot.   Carole
  •  See a chiro throughout the pregnancy and for baby after birth. Baby by forcep delivery needed a little more correcting then c section baby.   Cherie
  •  My little bub 15 weeks today goes to the chiro for reflux and feeding issues every adjustment is getting better his spewing is slowly decreasing and his feeding is improving.   Linda
  •  My 5yo has been seeing a chiro since she was 18 months old. We originally took her for her reflux, which was not getting any better and the medication often didn’t work. Six weeks later we were able to take her off the medication and we haven’t looked back. She still sees him every couple of months and he’s helped with her constipation and also recurring ear infections. I was a huge sceptic before I took her along, and now I’m a convert.   Sandra
  •  I saw a chiro every 2 weeks during my pregnancy. I was an older mum (40) and had a breezy pregnancy with no complications, no aches and pains, nothing. I absolutely put this down to the chiro. I did take my little man after he was born but she decided he didn’t need any manipulation at that time. It was expensive but I couldn’t of gotten through the pregnancy without it.   Kristy
  •  I visited chiro every 3-4 weeks during my pregnancy (my 1st), baby was always in great positioning and I never had any back pain, my labour was 4 1/2 hours and no back pain during labour either!! Bub is now 6 weeks but we are yet to take a visit to chiro. I believe it helped with positioning of bubs and making labour easy!   Ashleigh
  •  I used to live for my chiro before I fell pregnant going monthly. I broke my leg when I was 7 and the cast I was set in went from my toes, up one side of my hip and around my waste so I was prone to hip troubles. I went once while I was pregnant but found it didn’t help me at all. I then went and had a massage (the hurty one not the oooh aaah one) because my hips had gotten so sore I was having trouble walking with pain. I felt like a different person walking out of the masseuse. It relieves the pain for 2-3 months and I went again around the 7-8 month mark for a top up. I used to swear by my chiro but after trying both I would go with the massage. I think it is a personal preference thought. Try a few things and see what works best for you. And you must find someone good.   Zoe
  •  I have taken my daughter since 6 weeks, she always screamed when put in her capsule and just didn’t seem right so took her and now she is 2 she just loves it. We really only take her after big falls ect or if she is sleeping badly or getting sick now since she is always pretty good.   Kylie
  •  I have been using a chiro since I was in my teens. As long as you get a good one they are very helpful. Different ones suit different people so don’t be afraid to shop around. Our chiro in roma qld is great but he is leaving us to open a practice in mackay so anyone up that way I would highly recommend the new practice up there.   Danielle
  •  From 23 weeks into my pregnancy I struggled to walk (my body wasn’t built for an easy pregnancy). My chiro kept me mobile through all of my pregnancy. It was gentle and a god send!   Laura
  •  My dd was 6.5 mths at the time we used a chiropractor. She wouldn’t drink always seemed like she had reflux was absolutely unbearable for the whole time she was born, had to feed her with an eye dropper or syringe. The doctors told me she was just fussy and did not help me at all. Then took her to chiro, she had a partially blocked throat, came out of there and my dd drank 180 ml of her bottle. Could not speak any higher of a chiro. Saved me, my baby and my family.   Jade
  •  I took my son at 9mths old as he had severe reflux and didn’t sleep thru the night. After the first visit he slept for 3 hrs. We went 3 times a week for 3 mths and after 2 weeks he was sleeping thru. After 6 mths we were down to once a month. So when I had my next baby who also had reflux I took her from 6 wks and again was amazed how much happier she was. She slept thru at 13 weeks.   Karen
  •  I’ve just recently been to an amazing osteopath. Let me know if you want more info.   Shona
  •  Colic and reflux my son had both terrible. Worked immediately at six weeks old. Did treatment for 3-6 weeks he was put on losec. Until then it got us through.   Sonia
  •  Not a chiropractor but an Osteopath. She specialised in babies and children and I was referred to her after a forceps birth as my daughter was having difficulty turning her head to the left side. We went for 4 treatments, seeing her each fortnight and from the first visit I notice a massive difference. By the last visit my daughter was 100% improved and he had not gone backwards since. I would highly recommend an Osteo to anyone and their babies in future, just being careful to find one that specialises in babies and children as it’s a very different treatment than those that only work with adults.   Melissa
  •  I had severe sciatic pain with 2 of my kids when I was pregnant with them. It worked a treat after a few sessions. Didn’t go away completely due to pressure from babies but was able to keep going to work up to 35 weeks.   Alison
  •  All four in our family see the Chiro. We have monthly check up. If we have soreness hubby and I may go more often. Both our girls (almost 4, and 7 months have been going since they were days old. Both good sleepers and feeders as babies. We find it good for general health.   Pam
  •  My little girl had colic/reflux every single night without fail, all the doctors, midwifes told me to wait till she’s 3 months she’ll grow out of it. I’m so glad I listened to a friend that recommended taking her to a chiro. He was absolutely amazing, he worked with pressure points in her belly and head. After the first visit I swore it had made her worse but two days later I took her for her second visit and she had it that night and then never again. And it’s now 18 weeks later. I went to Balance in Adelaide and saw Dr Steven Boode website is www.bih.com.au
  • I would recommend reading his colic section; he just seems to get it!!!
    If we have more kids I will be definitely taking them there even if they don’t have colic.
    I thought I had the happiest girl out there well after seeing a chiro I have an even more amazing happy cheeky little bubba that totally rocks my world.   Zoe
  •  I used an osteopath during pregnancy which helped dramatically. The hospital physio did nothing but one appt with osteo fixed the issue. My problems are ongoing due to work, but periodical appts work wonders. I also saw him post birth as my neck was so out of whack. Helped heaps. Took bubs to him, but nothing wrong so no real benefit. Did get a recommendation for a kids osteo specialist should I want to take him again.   Nicole
  •  I have used one. Many years ago along with physical therapy and massage when I had a work place injury and hurt my back. It helped a great deal and even helped with another ailment I’d been suffering with for years as well I’d recommend it.   Tammy
  •  I took my daughter when she was about 5 months old. They said her hip and back were out causing her to get a flat head on the side. They were very good, nothing more than a flick like motion, he did it to me and I could not feel anything. It fixed the problem. Happy outcome and would recommend!   Lisa
  •  I saw a paediatric Chiro for my son. He had severe gastrointestinal upset from birth and could not digest breast milk. I saw the same Chiro all through my second pregnancy. I had too much elastin and my hips were kind of floating around. I needed treatment regularly, sometimes weekly, and sometimes I stretched out to 3-4 weekly. I it weren’t for my Chiro I would have been in agony the whole pregnancy and I doubt I would have been able to walk. I highly recommend a good Chiro, some specialise in treating women, children and pregnancy and they are brilliant!   Kim
  •  We have & still are currently use a chiropractor for our 10 month old daughter. She wasn’t able to weight bare or sit up. She had been going twice a week for adjustments and is now doing really well as regards to her strength. As a bonus, we also found the treatment helpful to her for sleep issues. I would recommend chiropractic treatment for babies (with the right chiro). Allison
  •  I took my youngest when she was a few months old for misaligned plates in her skull. He also did kinaesthesiology (which I highly recommend ) and he picked up on her food issues and gave me extra foods to avoid eating while bf.   Jodie
  •  I have taken my son since 8 weeks old as he was delivered by forceps and neck was out he could only sleep on one side of his head also getting a “flat head” after 2 treatments the difference was amazing. At the start it was weekly for a month then it went to monthly for 3 months now we only go every 3 months for a check up – highly rec it!!! My chiro specialist in newborn / children west of Melbourne – pm if you need more info.   Nicole
  •  I’ve been taking my 8mth old son to a children’s chiro since he was 9wks old. He was a forceps birth & a very large baby. He had a partially dislocated shoulder & an out of shape head due to the traumatic birth. He also had terrible reflux & colic which caused him to be admitted to hospital at 9 days old. I was very skeptical about taking a baby to a chiro but he was in so much pain & the pediatric dept at the hospital he was born recommended a local children’s chiro. The chiro fixed his shoulder in the first visit & this gave him instant pain relief. We did a month of weekly visits until his shoulder was completely repaired, then moved onto monthly visits. Now after nearly 6mths of treatment my son’s head is no longer out of shape & he is growing normally. The chiro has also relieved my son’s reflux, colic & eczema, & also discovered he is gluten intolerant. I’m very thankful I took a chance with the chiro as its honestly saved my little boy so much unnecessary pain.   Amy
  •  We have been seeing the fabulous dr Andrew Norwood in Canberra for years for various things, but mostly for well being. When my youngest kept getting middle ear infections, dr Andrew fixed it. We went from an ear infection about every second month to none. Love my chiro.   Kylie
  •  I went for sciatic (spelling) pain in both pregnancies – it was ongoing and only served as a relief as the pain still stayed, I tried acupuncture, physio, reiki and other homeopathy remedies as well as massage, chiropractic was the only one that gave me relief for a day or two, the pain was still there just manageable.   Jodie
  •  We used it for my little girl who was about 8 weeks and had terrible reflux and colic.   Rebecca
  •  I have seen a chiro since I was about 10yo and I really think there is benefit, but each chiro is different so find one that works best for you. One chiro I had would have us wear a robe and do some light massage before any adjustments/manipulations, I found that worked for me then the ones that are in and out crackers. It’s great during pregnancy to keep the body aligned so you don’t ache and sleep well. Also saved my symphisitis. I recommend in conjunction with acupuncture.   Elkstar
  •  Yes, my daughter was diagnosed with silent reflux. Had a few treatments and noticed a difference pretty much straight away. Her neck was out and she had a backwards sucking reflex which he corrected.   Zane
  •  For my daughter to treat silent reflux. After 5 sessions she was dramatically improved and have a follow up session next week. Would highly recommend him (Dr Peter Grant). Also taught excellent massage to release gas and ease her stomach.   Kathryn
  •  I’ve taken my 14mo DS since he was a week old, he was born with forceps (so was I and my neck is so damaged from it) it has helped I think, whenever he has a medical problem like gastro or a cold, I take him in and it helps start the recovery.   Gemma
  •  I have been going to my chiro for years, all through my pregnancy too for a bad back. He just adjusted the table to make room for my growing belly. I now take my little girl to help with sleep problems.   Jade
  •  My baby was not able to release air from her tummy effectively which made her tummy sore and caused her to cry alot. We used the chiropractor about 3 times and we saw a difference. We also needed to do the exercises at home and ensure we were burping her. Also attributed to too much foremilk. However I would always recommend getting your maternal health nurse to advise which chiropractor to use.   Daphne
  •  Yes for both pregnancies, first was I fell down some stairs at 8 weeks pregnant and could barely move my back was so sore, they got me up and moving again. I went 2 times a week for a month due to the accident but after that once a month just to maintain it. I swear by them would highly recommend to anyone to use a chiropractor during pregnancy.   Helen
  •  I used one for my first son as a young baby about 6 months old. He had a bad flat spot on his head caused by stiff muscles in neck shoulders and arms which meant he couldn’t turn his head the way he should have been able to. I think they were great, of course they caused him some minor discomfort which didn’t last long but a few sessions and the flat spot had dramatically improved and so had his movement. At 6 months he had previously been unable to lift his head up more than a couple of inches in tummy time. Afterwards he was back on track with physical development within weeks. He was a large first baby (9 pound 12.5 at 38wks) so they said he just ran out of room at the end of pregnancy and that’s what caused it.   Bek
  •  Yes I took my daughter to one for her chronic reflux, turns out she had quite a few vertabrae out, which is apparently quite common, didn’t stop her reflux but saw a significant improvement, I only went twice.   April
  •  We used a fantastic chiro for our bub from about 5 weeks old. She was not sleeping was SCREAMING and had colic. It worked a treat for us im not saying she is perfect but much much better than she was. She was “stuck” in the birth canal and her heart rate dropped to 70 so birth was slightly traumatic for her. I could not recommend a chiro high enough.   Mellena
  •  I have used a chiropractor for 10 years for maintaing my spine health. I started off with very bad hips and lower back pain, which made my career as a nurse very difficult even at only 20 years old. I don’t think I could have continued nursing without it. So when I became pregnant, I continued to have check ups with my regular chiro, who specialises in pregnancy and children’s chiropractics. Together, we made sure that my hips and pelvis were properly aligned as I was wanting to avoid a caesarean (I did end up needing one, but that was due to bub being distressed). I had very little back or pelvic pain throughout the pregnancy. I also took bub to see her after he was born, just to check him over, and I will continue to do that about every 6 months. I think the most important thing is finding someone you trust and are completely happy with.   Megan
  •  My Chiro was amazing he fixed my 3 month olds reflux in 2 sessions and he also got my 7 month old sleeping full nights as he hardly slept I was skeptical about it to start with but the results were amazing.   Kristy
  •  I have been going to a chiropractor since a little girl and I only go once a month as a maintenance and its awesome keeps me loose I amd helps with my asthma as well…im now 21 wks pregnant and being a hairdresser keeps everything aligned and pain free.   Kaliope
  •  I have been seeing my chiro for just over 4 years. I initially went because I suffered badly from migraines and as soon as I started to get adjustments the migraines disappeared! My spine was curved and my hips were totally out. I continued to see the chiro all through my pregnancy and I believe it helped with my birth as my hips stayed in place and I didn’t suffer from lower back pain. I still see the chiro and my 6 month old daughter has seen the chiro since the day she was born and she is a happy little girl! She had reflux and chiro helped with it along with extra info on formula etc. everyone has different experiences with chiro, you just have to try it to see if it’s for you!   Roxy
  •  I used a chiro from very early on in my pregnancy to help with lower back pain, and to assist with migraines. It helped to get my pelvis in align as well. I had minimal pain while pregnant (only towards the end of the week or weeks when I needed another adjustment). I took my son when he was a few weeks old, and 6 months on we still go monthly. He is a very chilled out baby, great feeder, sleeps well and is very happy. He had a pretty traumatic birth and we haven’t had any problems with him and I’m sure the chiro helps.   Candice
  •  I twisted my coccyx when I was about 5 weeks pregnant, had 4 sessions with a chiro who specialised in pregnancy and she fixed me with no dramas since. I also used a chiro for my son at 7 weeks of age due to severe colic and the results were instantaneous. We ended up taking him back twice more for check ups and that was it – colic gone and one happy baby.   Tegan
  •  I go once a week & so does my 3m bub. She couldn’t move her neck to the left & started to develop a flat spot! She is now back to normal & sleeps really well.   Bec
  •  I am still currently using chiro through my pregnancy due to sciatica. Its helped heaps and would recommend it to anyone. We will also be taking bubs when she is born.   Ashlee
  •  Baby number two was sitting on my sciatica nerve. Ob recommended physio which didn’t help. I had been seeing a chiro before pregnancy and went twice a week whilst pregnant and it helped a lot. Baby number two was born colic and reflux and couldn’t turn head to side. She saw the same chiro and had amazing results.   Danielle
  •  Absolutely. I have been seeing a chiropractor for 10 years. At first I was very skeptical and that quickly changed. My headaches disappeared, and after some time my severe period pain was almost nonexistent. I worked n the practice. I saw children get better quicker and the most amazing things happen. A wellness chiropractor is awesome. Think of it as removing interference before it becomes a problem. Both if my children have seen a chiropractor every 1-2 weeks since birth. Most times they don’t need any treatment or at least very little. Chiropractors don’t heal. They simply remove any nerve interference allowing your body 100% ability to heal itself. Not every chiropractor is the same and there certainly are many that are better than others. So picking the right one is important.   Sarah
  •  I’ve used a chiro for years now. My original chiro was garbage he did X-rays and used a special tool to put everything in place (which was incredibly painful!!!) and made us come back at least once a week continuously- of course costing a fortune! I decided to try my husband’s chiro one day years ago- lovely man, no X-rays, no painful tool and only come back when I need to. He uses heat and massage and it’s amazing compared to my old one!!! I had a high risk pregnancy for no1 so couldn’t go but now pregnant with no 2 and thinking about going! We don’t take our son as we want him to be old enough to decide if he wants to go himself or not, as our parents did with us.   Samantha
  •  Yep through my pregnancy I had a lot of back issues and took our bub after to help relieve colic worked a treat was like letting the air out of a balloon.   Ruth
  •  Have been seeing a chiro for 5 years…. kept right on through my pregnancy. Was fantastic! He was very aware of the belly and changed his methods accordingly.   Katherine
  •  I used an osteopath right up to the birth to keep my hips aligned then after the birth as I had a natural birth to put things back in place. My son went to a pediatric osteopath at 6 weeks old for three sessions as he wasn’t quite straight. He now goes once a year just to stay on track.   Leah
  •  I’ve used a chiro through pregnancy and for my newborns (and as they grow). I found it helped me a lot during pregnancy and he has a lot of experience with pregnancy and children so it gives me peace of mind that he knows what he is doing. The checks of my kids look quite similar to mach nurses checking hips etc. But he can tell if things are tight, out, etc. Really worth it for my family. Finding someone you totally trust is very important.   Josie
  •  My lo slept for longer periods post multiple adjustments!   Carly
  •  I saw a Chiro through my whole pregnancy as I had a bad back and they were worried I wouldn’t be able to carry to full term, ended up carrying full term and delivered a healthy 9lb2 bubba naturally I have also been taking my DD since she was 3 weeks old, they have helped with her sleeping & temperament with small adjustments! (My Chiro isn’t about cracking it’s about adjusting through pressure points).   Belinda
  •  I started seeing a chiro during pregnancy at around 22 weeks…. I had severe pain from psd and was struggling to walk…. I saw significant improvement after my first session and was almost pain free after my second…. I saw her regularly throughout the rest of the pregnancy and still see her now whenever I start getting headaches. I took bubs when she was 11 days old and noticed a great improvement in her reflux.   Carly
  •  I’ve seen two chiropractic. 1/ he was a hack wonted us ( my husband and I) to see him 3 times a week didn’t see benefit. 2/ is wonderful started seeing him when I was pregnant didn’t get any back ache throw my pregnancy at the start I needed to see him twice a week for a few weeks but then it got moved out. I think I see him every 6-8 weeks now. I feel the difference now I feel more movement. Don’t feel like my back is a brick wall.    Krisabel
  •  I went to a chiropractor after trying for 8 years to get pregnant one month I was pregnant. I then went through out both my pregnancy as well as took my babies after birth no back pain and very content babies.   Lauren
  •  I had a bad workplace accident before i was expecting, I went to chiro for my neck, back, shoulders and hips. I kept going up to 37 weeks, I asked for some treatments to be altered at 35 weeks. And I found it helped.   Liz
  •  Yep used it monthly before I was pregnant for general wear and tear (work in office)… Then continued through out pregnancy for those sore spots and now both my son (10 months) and I go once a month.   Tracey
  •  I have used a chiropractor (network chiropractor) for about 9 years. I had “maintenance” visits while pregnant and at 41 weeks my Chiro said I was in better shape than some women who are 20 weeks that he sees. My 10 mo has seen him since she was about 10 weeks old for a flat spot on her head. This was cleared within about 3 fortnightly visits. We have our monthly check up tomorrow.   Lisa
  •  Our daughter was breech – my wife saw a chiropractor who made some adjustments and a few days later the baby turned.   Daniel
  •  I used a chiro the entire pregnancy. First because of extremely bad sciatic pain and lower back pain. Worked wonders. Then at the end baby was posterior so my chiro helped me turn baby. Then after baby was born I used the chiro because baby was a vacuum delivery and would look one way more often than the other and slept facing one way and was getting a flat spot. Also went due to bad wind issues and reflux with baby. We went for the first 3 months. Chiro helped us so much and I recommend it to everyone.   Rebecca
  •  I used one during pregnancy and after as I suffered horrible back pain. I also took my son once he was born for colic and reflux. Highly recommend it. After 3 adjustments chayse was a lot more settled and the spewing ceased.   Breanna
  •  My DD would not latch on my left side, would scream n refuse it, turns out her neck n shoulder muscle were so tight she couldn’t turn her head and was screaming in pain. Take her for check up and he is very gentle and has had to work on her neck a couple of times as she was arching her head back and fussy on one side. I use them myself and swear by them but it’s not everyone’s cup of tea.   Jasmine
  •  I went to an osteopath (have been doing so for years). It was the only thing that kept my pelvis, hips, etc in line during pregnancy and reduced the pain significantly. I went once a month from 9 weeks until 36 weeks then again from 6 weeks after my bub was born. I like osteopathic treatments because they look at the whole body and don’t adjust unless absolutely necessary.   Loren
  •  I have been taking my twins since 7mths for tongue tie snd lip tie issues and tummy issues and I have seen a big improvement from before your welcome to pm me if you have more questions.   Teressa
  •  I have seen chiro since I was 11. I went all through preg with my son and I would not of gotten by without it. I also have taken my son numerous times since he was 8 days old. Make sure it’s someone who is good full stop and will always check or do X-rays etc before going to work on you. Also I use one that is pressure points and not forceful manual manipulation. I think you find what works for you. My hubby also goes when he knows it’s what he needs but otherwise remedial massage with Bowen works well for him and sometimes myself.   Melinda
  •  I took my first bub to a baby chiro. He was great. Very gentle. I took her for reflux and it helped but also helped her poop more easily and she was more settled. We saw him 4 times I think. I took her later on as she was only doing things in one direction like rolling. But different chiro and very different experience. Not very helpful. I took my second dd to a chiro and it was a horrible experience. I am now turned off them totally. I ended up taking her to an osteopath. He was great and much like the first experience with my daughter. I will go to osteopaths in the future.   Cara
  •  I took my baby to a chiropractor at 12 weeks old as people told me it can help with reflux which my baby was diagnosed with, I went three times in 2 weeks, and I never saw any difference and never went back!   Kate
  •  I went to the chiro throughout pregnancy and feel it really helped. When I had bub he was vacuumed out and then would favor looking one side so I took him to the chiro and was great!! He now goes once every two months mainly for check up and helped with bowel movements for my little man. Once when my normal chiro was away I went to a dif practice and that chiro was horrible made my little man cry… So make sure you do your research.   Jessica
  •  Took my daughter to one for 12 months for reflux. Didnt cure her but greatly helped in lessening her symptoms and giving her comfort.   Gina
  •  Yes when my dd was 3 months. Just to see that everything was ok after birth. Now we just do checkups during a growth spurt.   Tarnia
  •  I tried it with bubs and myself. Spent a fortune but it didn’t help.   Shell
  •  I first started seeing a chiro when 7 months pregnant, and i would recommend I definitely noticed the difference and i often looked fwd to appts towards the end as i was so sore and it gave me much relief, it even helped when i ended up with a pinched nerve and my whole arm was absolutely aching. I was a skeptic at first but I had good results.   Kathryn
  •  Yes for my 17 month old, and i was against them before. At 17 months, and multiple GP appointments i was convinced to take her. Before i had not been able to change her nappy, dress her; touch her head or neck etc without her screaming and crying. After the first appointment, her first nappy change she was a different child. No more tears or screaming in pain.     Kerri
  •  I have used a chiro for both myself and my baby- (he specialised in treating babies and kids, no cracking!) it has helped me immensely with back pain over the years but I was most impressed with the treatment for my daughter- she had been diagnosed with developmental hip dysplasia (as opposed to congenital dysplasia) and was awaiting a fitting for a soft brace, I figured in the meantime there could be no harm in trailing the chiro, not only did she not require a brace it helped her develop her crawling also (her pediatrician was amazed at her hip correction) *please note we followed up with specialists to be sure her hips were indeed now fine.   Lisa
  •  I used it as my son was breach at 35 weeks. He turned at 38. Very gentle and non evasive.   Jo
  •  Ive had/used a chiro through this entire pg ( im 34w). Ive had pyriformis syndrome since 16w and the chiro has been fantastic. I have had great results.   Lisa
  •  The chiro I took my son too as an 8 week old was brilliant. You had to go to an info session before he would work on babies. It was very informative and I discovered that he was so out of wack…he had a tricky birth. He helped me to as my coccyx bone was out too x   Bel
  •  Chiro is really an individual thing that only you and your body can figure out. For me it’s does wonders originally went for migraines now syatic never issues. I swear by it as its best for me.   Leisha
  •  Yes for my son around 6 months to try and help with sleep. The first few sessions it was great he would sleep the entire night after and the random attacks of screaming in pain stopped. After 4 months of fortnightly visits the sleeping returned back to waking a few times a night and we stopped. He is now 13 months old and sleeps through most nights at worst wakes once for a bottle. I would recommend it if your little one has unexplained pain.   Emma
  •  Yes! Highly recommend!!! Continuous treatment. I had 2 easy births and I believe I owe a bit of credit to chiropractic and massage. Also great for bub and for constipated toddlers!   Kylie
  •  I use one regularly and during my pregnancy also. My children have also used one several times. When babies just for a general check up after birth because it’s a traumatic experience for them and also for bad colic and reflux. My eldest son has also used one for chronic ear infections. All times have helped dramatically. If my children have trouble sleeping also I will take them because I know I can’t sleep if something is out.   Danielle
  •  I used a chiro for about 2 years until i had my son (we moved house away from the chiro and haven’t gone to a new one) when i was pregnant it helped keep my legs from cramping and also helped with my shoulder pain (i have bursitis).   Jody
  •  Since my hubby and I both use a chiropractor he does a quick adjustment for bub for free. I noticed that after his first go, he hasn’t spewed as much so big thumbs up from me.   Justin
  •  I have been going to my chiropractor during my pregnancy for adjustments. I have had nearly no back pain. My last appointment was today at 36 weeks and I’ve got another appointment booked at 38 weeks. I would recommend to anyone with preexisting back and neck problems.   Willow
  •  I get a lot of hip pain so get regular adjustments; it does help with the pain. I also have been getting my daughter adjusted since she was a new born for no specific issues.   Sarah
  •  I used a chiropractor when I was pregnant with my second. It was really good it really helped. I went because I had sciatica pain and lower back pain. The only downfall is it is quite expensive. But well worth the money when your in pain.   Sarah
  •  I should add that you need to see a chiro that works with muscles also. You need to look at everything.   Marisa
  •  Yes we did for the first time tonight…. bubba was in a hip brace and has been out of it for 3 months but we wanted to check her from another view! So glad we have! Best thing we have done!   Tamina
  •  I am 22 weeks pregnant with my 3rd. I was in awful pain in my hips and lower back from 7 weeks onwards and it was awful. I needed panadeine just to sleep at night. Since starting to see the chiro at 15 weeks I have been feeling a million times better. I am not longer in constant pain and needing pain killers. I went every week for a month and now go fortnightly. Will go fortnightly for the remainder of my pregnancy. My children also see the chiropractor once a month and I think it’s really important for their future health. Without chiropractic care my 3rd old would have grown up with a c curve in her spine and had a lot of back problems as an adult.   Leanne
  •  We have been using our Chiropractor for 6 years & swear by it. We first went to help our first daughter & he also does kinesiology he was the only one who told us she couldn’t have dairy & solved her being sick. I use Chiro fortnightly/weekly when pregnant & still (3months after) has really helped highly recommend to everyone!!   Tiffany
  •  Yes! My chiro saved me in my pregnancy, and beyond. I have since referred 8 more people to him, who still keep going also. I have also taken my son to a paed chiro, who helped him immensely. Birth is a traumatic experience for babies; they should all see chiros for adjustments.   Marisa
  •  I used a chiro about 10 yrs ago for my migraines. No it did not work, even though they promised it would.   Amanda
  •  My daughter still wasn’t walking at 16 months but could walk with help. I took her to a chiropractor and she walked the next day!     Suzie
  •  I sought assistance from a chiropractor to help turn my breech baby when I was in the latter weeks of pregnancy (as well as yoga and acupuncture), and he used the “Webster technique” to try to loosen the ligaments around my hips, pelvis & uterus. I am still having treatments to mainly look after my back, neck & shoulders while breastfeeding, and to ensure everything is moving back into place following childbirth. My husband has also been seeing this same chiro for treatment of a back issue. At the same facility, my newborn is being treated by a Paediatric chiropractor – as he was in an awkward position during labour, she is assisting with the movement in his neck and back (very gently, with massage). As he was born via c-section, she is also massaging and manipulating his cranial plates, to assist nerve hormone release which affect his reflexes – such as feeding. As his head didn’t get squished during childbirth, some of his reflexes may not have been kick-started. So far, his feeding has been improving we will continue to work with her as he moves along reaching various milestones. I have seen chiropractor in the past, as a child and through my adulthood, for various reasons. While I try to see them routinely, it gets a bit expensive when I max out my private health rebates.   Libby
  •  I used a chiro in my last two pregnancies, I had terrible pelvic pain. However, my chiro works in pressure point manipulation, not crunching. She’s also accredited in pregnancy treatments. It makes sense that as your ligaments loosen, your joints will flex and it may need treatment. I would hands down recommend my chiro, but I definitely sought recommendations from other preg women and my local mchn service. I also saw her after deliveries, for realignment – your body goes through a lot, you need to give it all the support you can.   Cherie
  •  Since a few people have made recommendations, I’ve been seeing Jolene at Embrace Life at Mango Hill (north Brisbane), and she is amazing with my 5.5week old! They have a few chiros there, and most of them work with children as well as adults.   Libby
  •  I haven’t been to the chiro for a long time, in fact, i have only ever been once. We now see a Bowen Therapist, I prefer more natural help and treatments, so that’s why. I see them from everything from sore shoulders, achy back, and tired feet to realigning after birthing my babys. I hope this is the kind of information you were after. Because I absolutely recommend them over any and all chiros.   Alice
  •  I saw a Chiro regularly when I was pregnant with my first, would have done it again in a heartbeat for second and third pregnancies but didn’t have the same issue and didn’t have the money either; I did have a few visits though with second. Also took my first to the Chiro for colic around 5 weeks (I think!) and he was sorted in 2 visits I think. Personally I see Chiro as a maintenance thing rather than a one-off treatment.   Jo
  •  Chiropractic should be continuous. I’ve been going since I was in primary school once a month. It’s great for pregnancy and is very good if done just before your due to prepare your body and just after birth aswell. Been taking my son as well since a week or two old. Very gentle and age appropriate adjustments and babies/toddlers only go every 3-6 months because they are more flexible.   Aileen
  •  One off because I bled afterwards! At 20 weeks pregnant it scared me! Also it was more physical than I imagined and didn’t like it.   Irene
  •  I find it only works in conjunction with massage, if the muscles are too tight they’ll just pull the spine back out of alignment.   Zarna
  •  I’m currently seeing a chiropractor in conjunction with a massage therapist. It’s great because my two communicate with each other. It’s the start of my treatment (I’m 36 weeks 5 days and started with chiro last week) but I hoping for some relief.   Kylie
  •  I have used Chiropractors for years and LOVE them. I spent months going to a physio for a problem and had it fixed in my first consult with the Chiropractor. I went through all 3 of my pregnancies and they made allowances for it as well as knowing the problems that can arise and making sure things were kept in alignment through out the pregnancies. My last 2 children went to Chiropractor within a couple of months of birth and this helped with colic and reflux. My son also had a neck injury that had not been picked up in medical check ups that was preventing him from strengthening his muscles in tummy time. At 2 1/2 months we had intensive treatment (2x per week) for 4 weeks and it has since resolved. Myself and my children have adjustments every 4 weeks (more often if there is a problem) and I have seen improvements with all of them in different areas. I have a spinal injury and underlying condition which the chiropractor has been great at dealing with. I also now go for help with my milk supply – I know it sounds odd, but there is a significant improvement in supply after each adjustment – but will continue to go every month indefinitely. My husband on the other hand just goes when there is an issue, usually sees the chiropractor for 3 or so visits until the problem is rectified then doesn’t go back until another problem arises. Only suggestion I have is that if you are taking young children make sure that the person you see is confident in treating children as some are not. If you live on the SA South Coast I can suggest a brilliant chiropractor who has a teddy he gives adjustments to before working on the little kids – the teddy even clicks like the adjustment can – and he is amazing. Definitely would go to a chiropractor over a physio.   Sarah

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