AN event held to address the roots causes of illness in children and young people has been hailed as a resounding success.
The sell-out event was hosted by Aberdeen Chiropractic Clinic at its Great Western Road premises to look at addressing the root cause of conditions such as sensory processing disorders in children using the ‘3Ts’ strategy of thinking – Trauma, Toxins and Thoughts (physical, chemical and emotional imbalance).
During the session, Aberdeen Chiropractic Clinic owner, Dr Eline Pedersen, explained that, in the case of sensory processing disorders, the root cause can often be traced back to trauma at birth, Caesarean section, induction, forceps delivery and even a ‘normal’ birth can be challenging to the sensitive and developing spine and nervous system.
She also outlined how this trauma often runs in parallel with a reduced immune defence and thereby an increased chance of the infections and toxins which are associated with physical and emotional stress. The brain often follows suit to complete the so-called Perfect Storm.
Commenting on the success of the recent event, Dr Pedersen said: “We were delighted at the excellent response to this event which was so well attended by a broad spectrum of people involved in the care of children including parents, carers, teachers and other professionals.
“The audience was a mixture of those familiar with what we do at Aberdeen Chiropractic Clinic and lots of new faces too. Many were keen to share information and ask questions and we are now looking forward to repeating the event at Macdonald Norwood Hall Hotel on April 21st.”
To find out more, visit the events section of the Aberdeen Chiropractic Clinic website at www.aberdeenchiropracticclinic.com
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