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Constant Ear Infections

Many children have constant ear infections.

You know how it is, you get one ear infection cleared up, turn around and your little one is pulling on her ear again, extra fussy, has trouble sleeping, and not eating very well.  Again.

You’re not alone.  

It could be one of three things causing her ears to continually become inflamed.

  1. Improper drainage of the lymph system in the ear, nose, and throat,

  2. The muscle responsible for keeping bacteria and viruses out of the eustachian tubes doesn’t work properly, or

  3. A suppressed immune system which, we pediatric chiropractors can identify clearly.

So many times, these three conditions cause ear infection after ear infection.

You need to know, the underlying root cause of a recurring ear infection is usually a mechanical problem. 

The long term natural approach is to restore normal drainage of the ears and neck lymphatics. This is most effectively done through chiropractic.

The neuromechanical adjustment we're able to perform allows the immune system to have the freedom and ability to work properly again to protect and heal your child.

If this description fits your child - take heart - click here and schedule with us today.

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