Children’s Treatments

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Allergies in children can be difficult to detect. Our methods allow us to assess and address children’s allergies and sensitivities accurately, easily and painlessly. Both our assessment and treatment are non-invasive allowing us to treat children of all ages, including infants. This means there are no needles or scratch tests required for the allergy assessment and no medications will be prescribed for the treatment.

Skin conditions commonly seen in children:

Eczema, Atopic Dermatitis, Contact Dermatitis, Hives (Urticaria), Psoriasis, Rashes

Common Skin Symptoms:

There are many different symptoms children’s skin can display when they have a skin condition. Children do not have to be “diagnosed” with a specific condition to be expressing allergic reactions. Some of the more common symptoms are: itchy, red, flaky, weepy, oozing, crusty, dry, irritated, swollen, bumpy skin and blisters.

Eczema can be related to food?
Rarely is there just one thing contributing to Eczema. Food has been found to be a consistent factor. We can assess which foods the child is reacting to and begin treating the first time you bring them in. We can treat one allergen family per treatment. The most common items that we have found through clinical experience are foods such as wheat, milk products and sugar.

Respiratory conditions commonly seen in children:
Asthma, allergy induced Asthma, Hay Fever, Allergic Rhinitis, Seasonal Allergies, Pet Allergies, Sinusitis

Common Respiratory Symptoms:
Asthma, wheezing, cough, night cough, tight chest, shortness of breath, Hay Fever, sneezing, runny nose, itchy nose, itchy throat, sore throat, red eyes, dark circles under the eyes
Signs that may point to your child having reactions to airborne allergens:

  • Rubbing eyes
  • Rubbing nose
  • Red or itchy eyes
  • Sneezing
  • Symptoms worse in the morning
  • Symptoms worse during the night
  • Rubbing ears

Digestive conditions in children:
Many children suffer from digestive conditions and we know it’s hard for them to explain how they are feeling.

Common Digestive Symptoms:
Stomach Aches and/or Pain, Flatulence (Gas) Smelly or Not Smelly, Bloated Abdomen, Constipation or incomplete bowel movements, Diarrhea, Irregular Stools, Spontaneous Stools, Colic, Reflux, Heartburn, Nausea, Bad Breath, Vomiting

little-girl2Signs that may point to your child having reactions to food:

  • Complains of tummy aches or pain after eating, or mentions it often
  • Tummy is round and firm, “bloating”
  • Loose stools, especially after eating
  • Irritable after eating or increased irritability during day
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Dark circles under the eyes

Behavioral conditions in children:
Your child does not have to be “diagnosed” with a behavioral disorder to benefit from these sessions. Many children display some common symptoms associated with some food sensitivities.

For example, fatigue is common in the classroom, and it is often a simple sensitivity to a food group they ate for breakfast. Wheat, milk and sugar are the three most common groups that children display a reaction to. These ingredients are the basis of most breakfasts. We are all familiar with giving our children cereal with milk for breakfast. Even “healthy” granola often has cane juice as the second ingredient.

We identify which foods your child is reacting to and address this by treating the allergen families.
We are passionate about helping children function at their optimum and have seen consistent clinical results in this area by treating food substances which have been found to be causing a reaction.

Behavioral Conditions We address:
Attention Deficit Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder

Common Behavioral Symptoms:
Difficulty Concentrating, Difficulty Focusing, Difficulty Listening, Difficulty Following Direction, Difficulty Sitting Still, Defiant, Irritability, Sleepiness, Fatigue, Hyperactivity, Moodiness, Bed Wetting.

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