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Family Chiropractic Care

Stronger families healing and growing together

Healing Wave Chiropractic is an Allentown family chiropractor who provides holistic chiropractic care for children and adults. The benefits of a healthy spine are becoming widely known for adults, but what many do not know is that many adulthood spinal problems start early in life. Uncorrected physical stressors in childhood as well as marked emotional and psychological strains lead to problems with the spine that may cause immune dysfunction, physical pain, improper posture, ADD/ADHD, unresolved tension patterns, spinal misalignments and larger health concerns. Many symptoms of spinal dysfunction are not reported by children or recognized by parents. It is much easier to keep a young spine healthy with proactive care than it is to fix “broken” adults. It is important to catch these nerve and spinal system distortions as early as possible to mitigate any future negative effects on your child’s physical and emotional state of health.

Our holistic style of practice is great for children and adults because it is gentle and low-force, allowing everyone to reap the benefits of a healthy spine and nerve system without having to experience any trepidation about being adjusted. We believe that families who receive care together have a healthy advantage, allowing them to feel better, function on a higher level than would otherwise be possible, and take fewer sick days from school and work. A nerve system that is not hampered by a tense, misaligned spine reduces the incidence of chronic ailments such as asthma and ear infections, decreases susceptibility to seasonal illnesses like the flue and allows for a freer mind-body connection which allows for better emotional processing and a greater ability to pay attention.


We invite you to schedule a complimentary consultation with the doctor to see if chiropractic may be able to help your family be healthier and feel better.

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