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Happy babyGiving birth is a two person experience. Both you and your baby got through the experience together, which means if you are feeling discomfort, chances are your little one may also be feeling some. Unfortunately, infants can’t just tell us what they’re feeling, so their cries of discomfort may never be answered, or even understood. If you have a new baby that cries often, whether it’s every time they are in there car seat, laying on their back, tummy time, reflux issues, extremely gassy or experiencing colic – we may be able to help. Caron Chiropractic Clinic, located in St. Paul and North Oaks, MN, is experienced in infant chiropractic care; there is absolutely no cracking or popping. Our infant adjustments are a gentle massage that can help correct any discomfort your baby is feeling. There is no risk, we are not invasive and your young child will experience no pain.

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Chiropractic Isn’t Just For Grownups

If you have a colicky baby, and other forms of treatment don’t seem to be helping very much, and you’re at your wits end, you may want to investigate bringing your baby in for a checkup.

As your child is being born, the neck and back vertebrae can go out of alignment due to the stretching and compressing of the body as it emerges into the world. If your delivery included a prolonged pushing stage, forceps or vacuum extraction, or other form of ‘assisted delivery’, the chances of a misalignment are even greater.

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Is Chiropractic Care Safe For Infants?

Chiropractic is safe for infants too!

Chiropractic Care For Infants

The first thing that most parents feel when they think of chiropractic for babies is fear: “Can that be dangerous for my baby?” parents ask.  What many parents forget is the degree of force and trauma that is often used during the birth process. Some studies suggest anywhere from 30-90 pounds of pressure can be used in a normal birth, and vacuum extraction and forceps can add additional stress.

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