Did you know? 95% of children have mismatches after delivery. It is proven that chiropractic helps relax muscle tension, improves sleep, reduces symptoms of colic and optimizes the results of breastfeeding in infants.

Of course children in infant, preschool and school age can be adjusted.

The younger your child / a is treated the better, while the nervous system and the musculoskeletal system is still developing.

Why do children need a chiropractor?

Birth trauma, falls, poor posture sitting or sleeping, environmental stress, the effects of genetics, flat feet … and the list goes on.

Athletes also require chiropractic treatment, as each sport, by its nature, exposes those who practice specific mismatches, for example many have Gymnastic displacement/subluxation pf fourth or fifth lumbar (espondylolistesis).

Particularly in children, treatments benefits are more noticeable and reflects quicker, since they are not affected by bad practices rooted for over the years, as with adults older habits, in whom certain mismatches are recurrent and they need to be addressed periodically to maintain the improvement obtained.

To start a treatment is not necessary to present any discomfort, because many problems are solved with chiropractic not even evident and can be detected in the review even before symptoms appear. Many times the injuries caused by accidents or falls not show evident until years later consequences, causing discomfort such as pain, tingling, numbness, and other symptoms.


Some of the discomforts of children Dr. Marcus attends most often are:

  • Headache
  • Neck pain, jaw and shoulders
  • Back pain
  • Sore knees and heels
  • Difficulty to sleep
  • Learning problems
  • Less obvious symptoms such as sinusitis, asthma, ear infections, and enuresis..


The most common chiropractic treatments for children are:


  • Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT)
  • Activator
  • Diversified


The child spinal adjustment techniques require the use of specific soft contacts with a very soft pulse fingertip chiropractor or activator depending on the age of the child.