Balance your brain!

September 1, 2020

Since 80% of the central nervous system is located in the brain, correcting cranial imbalances is vital to our whole body approach.Dr. Sarah & Dr. David have advanced training in craniopathy — which is the art and science of restoring normal function to the cranial/dural-meningeal respiratory mechanism and the movement of cerebrospinal fluid.Gentle cranial adjustments…

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Healing is a Journey

August 27, 2020

Healing is a journey.This can be difficult to grasp when you or your child are on their healing journey.When the nervous system begins a healing process, sometimes the symptoms you want to resolve ramp up and “get worse.”Once you “take the lid off” so to speak and let traumas surface, they often need to be…

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Let’s Talk Teething!

August 26, 2020

We get asked all the time by parents if their baby could be teething..Teething often starts around 4 to 5 months but some babes start earlier or later..Symptoms that we see with teething are:-Runny nose or clear mucus-Irritated ears or pulling on ears-Excessive drooling-Chewing on their fingers and anything else they can get in their…

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Barefoot is Best!

August 25, 2020

Feet are among the most sensory-rich parts of the human body. The soles of the feet are extremely sensitive to touch, and there are large concentrations of proprioceptors in their joints and muscles. The feet alone have as many proprioceptors as the entire spinal column!.When allowed to be barefoot, tactile pathways feel the surface of…

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Early Signs of Sensory / Spectrum Tendencies

August 24, 2020

Infants and toddlers showing signs of sensory / spectrum tendencies… Gosh, this one breaks our hearts but there can be a BIG, POSITIVE IMPACT when we take action & choose to move in the right direction. A lot of moms notice something just isn’t quite right via their motherly intuition. Understandably so, due to the…

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Functioning in Harmony

August 19, 2020

The way the nervous system, and in a larger sense the entire mind and body, prefers to function is in communication and harmony with the community around it..Whether it’s family, old friends, new friends, or meeting new friends at the park, people of all ages thrive when they can interact with each other..Everyday at Pure…

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Tummy Time

March 10, 2019

Tummy time has become a popular phrase and well-known exercise in the parenting world. It simply involves laying your baby on their tummies while they are awake. This exercise promotes strength and healthy development.  When a baby is born, they have what are called primitive reflexes. Primitive reflexes develop in utero and aid in the…

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Are Baby Jumpers Safe?

March 10, 2019

Creating your shopping list and gift registry when you are expecting a new baby can be fun, exciting, and overwhelming at the same time. What is essential and what is not? We all know the basic essentials: diapers, breast pump, bottles, burp cloths, cute clothes, baby books… just to name a few! One product that…

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Developmental Milestones

March 9, 2019

A father recently disclosed to us that another healthcare professional told him that crawling is not a developmental milestone, yet as their colleagues, we strongly disagree.  Proper crawling involves a cross-crawl pattern with the arms and legs that plays a huge role in brain development. If your child has difficulty crawling, crawls in an alternative…

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