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ADHD: Ferrari Engines with Bicycle Brakes

ADHD is one of the most common diagnoses given to our children today. This is both unfortunate and unnecessary. Parents are given little to no information on where this condition came from, what they can do about it, or treatment options other than drugs.

Parents are fed up and so are we!

In this workshop, Dr. Dave attempts to answer these questions and more, giving parents a better understanding of what their child is going through, and what to do about it.

Please share with friends and family – even if they’re not local – and Dr. Dave will find a pediatric chiropractor near them who can help.


Just the “Big Idea”
Full Workshop
Joshua’s Story

Breathe Easy

There is nothing scarier than seeing your child struggle to breathe, or suffer needlessly with allergies. Not only does this take away from their quality of life, but they can lead to even more severe conditions.

Here are the facts:

Allergies

The rise in allergic diseases has continued in the industrialized world for more than 50 years. Sensitization rates to common allergens among school children are currently approaching 50%!

Asthma

Asthma is the most common chronic childhood illness. It affects 1 in 10 children and has nearly DOUBLED in the past 20 years. Asthma costs families $50 billion dollars in out-of-pocket expenses (average $3,300 per person).

Fortunately, there is much you can do! But finding the cure starts with finding the cause. Watch the Breathe Easy workshop online, as Dr. Hanson walks you through the underlying causes to these conditions.


Just the “Big Idea”:

Full Workshop:

Eat Good Food & You’re Sweet Enough Already

Learn simple truths about how food affects our health, why diets don’t work, and how to avoid craving by eating the way you were designed to eat!

This community workshop is performed live throughout the year, but recorded for your benefit. If you would like to kick off your own 30 day challenge, let us know! We have resources in the office that will help you on your journey to better health. And please feel free to share this recorded workshop with friends and family – making nutritional changes is always easier if you have support from loved ones!



Freedom from Chronic Ear Infections

85% of kids will experience at least one ear infection in their first year of life.

This makes it common, but not normal.

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends a “watchful waiting” approach to ear infections, yet nearly all children are prescribed antibiotics for this all-too-common health challenge.

Every dose of antibiotics to a child under the age of 2 greatly increases their risk of asthma and allergies, to name a few.

In this community workshop from March 2013,  Dr. Dave Hanson taught community members about the cause (and therefore the solution) for most childhood ear infections. Because this information is so important and impactful, we have a recorded version here for you! Please share with family and friends who would benefit from this video as well. This is information you may have never heard before, but in easy to understand language, you will finally get the answers you have been hoping and searching for!






The Perfect Storm

The Cause Behind Neuro-Developmental Disorders

The Perfect Storm is a workshop that explores and explains the potential causes of neuro-developmental disorders such as autism, ADHD, seizures, and sensory integration disorder, with a specific emphasis on the role of the brain and central nervous system.

We consider this the most important community workshop we do, so we present it live once a month in our office. But for those who are unable to attend live, a recorded version of this workshop has been posted here. Please share this with family and friends who would benefit from this information. If you are in need of a Pediatric Chiropractor but are not close to our office, please contact us anyway and we will find someone qualified close to you who can help.

To Find out more about the Perfect Storm, click here.