Episode 21: Natural Ways to Fight Kid Fevers

Holistic ways to fight fevers

Fevers can be scary for parents, especially during a pandemic. In this episode, learn about what a fever is, how it affects our body’s system, typical signs and symptoms, and holistic treatments to care for … Read More

Episode 20: 10 Tips to Holiday Destress

10 Tips to Destress During the Holidays

This holiday season is like no other because of Covid-19, but one thing that is the same is holiday stress. Shopping, families, finances, feasts, and kids – it all starts to build up and cause … Read More

Episode 18: Natural Ways to Help Fall Allergies

Natural ways to help fall allergies

Listen as Dr. Elyssa Wright discusses fall allergies from dust, mold, pet dander, and smoke. Understand the differences between traditional allergy treatments as Dr. Elyssa shares her favorite natural options to combat seasonal allergies to … Read More

The Facts About Fever

Anything that reflects the slightest thing wrong with a child will cause concern in a parent. A fever, for example, is one of the primary reasons that parents will call their child’s pediatrician. Yet, the truth is, what many of us have been told is a “low-grade fever” is a natural body temperature for some children. Much of what we’ve believed for years is just not true.

History of Chiropractic

When you hear chiropractic, it may be that the first thing you think of is back and neck pain. Sure, that’s reasonable, because if we’re honest we’ll admit that chiropractic is the best way to relieve back and neck pain. However, it might surprise you to know that the very first chiropractic adjustment had nothing to do with either and everything to do with a body functioning properly. There is so much more to chiropractic than most people know.

Why Does My Child Need Chiropractic Care?

You’ll probably never see your five or six-year-old bend over to pick up a toy and freeze in pain saying, “Oh, my back went out again.” Spinal degenerations and vertebral subluxations that cause that kind of pain will generally not appear in children – but it started there.