Join our fun summer challenge to encourage your kids to get outside, explore, exercise, read and do activities with their family and friends during the summer months!
Free play—the unstructured time during which children can act out their fantasies, create their own rules, and explore the world at their own pace— profoundly benefits children’s early development. But while experts agree that undirected play is vital, it is disappearing in favor of organized athletic, artistic, and academic activities.
Ever wondered about shoes… As the weather warms up and it’s great being outdoors, kids start kicking off their shoes and running around barefoot. My little guy will not keep his shoes on…he will leave the house with them and then within a minute kicks them off somewhere and runs
It is here and I don’t know about you, but we are definitely ready to get moving more this summer. There are so many benefits to moving our bodies. I wanted to share an article from the Pathways to Family Wellness magazine about the power of movement. Movement and Brain
Here is a great project for kids to do and give to their mom for Mother’s Day!
Here’s a fun game your kids can play at home to stay active!
This is a great explanation of why we see kids of all ages in our office! Dr. Angie Elliot DC, CACCP is certified in pediatric chiropractic care through the ICPA (International Chiropractic Pediatric Association). We offer the best in pediatric chiropractic care throughout White Bear Lake and the surrounding areas.
Here is one of my favorite videos that I recommend often….. This is great for your little one who is fidgety, having a hard time sitting still, trouble concentrating, and possibly bed wetting . There is a reflex we are born with called the galant reflex. It happens normally as
There’s Something Going Around It’s that time of year again, when you can hardly get through the day without somebody saying that “there’s something going around,” whether it’s “the flu,” a “stomach bug,” or some other virus, including the most recent virus to make the news, the coronavirus. It’s interesting