3 06, 2020

How Retained Primitive Reflexes Can Affect Your Child And Why Chiropractic Helps

By |2020-06-03T15:23:48-04:00June 3rd, 2020|Children, Pregnancy|0 Comments

Did you know that some of your reflexes are supposed to disappear? Find out the neurological benefits of chiropractic, and how you can set your child up for a healthy, coordinated life by checking for retained primitive motor reflexes. What are Primitive Reflexes Primitive reflexes are the natural, automatic movements [...]

9 05, 2020

Working from Home with Bad Ergonomics: How Chiropractic Can Help

By |2020-05-09T14:05:22-04:00May 9th, 2020|Children, Health|0 Comments

Across the world, many people have been teleworking from their kitchen table, coffee table and nightstand. You know that you aren’t always in the best position, but bad ergonomics and poor posture may be more destructive than you thought. Let’s look at what’s happening in our bodies from an anatomical [...]

1 02, 2020

How Does Chiropractic Help With Infertility?

By |2020-01-28T12:10:32-05:00February 1st, 2020|Pregnancy|0 Comments

When we think about reproduction and infertility, we generally think of the organs, soft tissues and hormones involved. However, what if we look at the structure of the body for answers? Chiropractic care looks beyond the symptoms to see an improved state of health for the whole body.  But how [...]

1 01, 2020

How Chiropractic Can Help Whole Families Be Well

By |2019-12-16T14:03:27-05:00January 1st, 2020|Children, Health|0 Comments

Family chiropractic is dear to our heart at Upstate Specific Chiropractic because we truly believe that every single person with a spine and nervous system can benefit from being adjusted. Have your children been healthier while under care? Make an appointment for yourself. Are you functioning better with regular adjustments? [...]

1 11, 2019

Sensory Processing Disorder (How Pediatric Chiropractic Helps)

By |2019-10-23T13:42:58-04:00November 1st, 2019|Children|0 Comments

“Don’t look now, but Luke is swinging,” Noelle said to her husband, as tears sprang into her eyes. For a child with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), whose senses are painfully heightened, swinging was a big deal. Five-year-old Luke had always refused to be on a swing, trampoline, or anything where [...]