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Chiropractor padbury kids health

How are your kids coping as we head into the last few weeks of term?

Are they finding it a little harder to get out of bed in the mornings? Have they yet succumbed to one of the nasty Winter colds, viruses & illnesses going around Perth schools & childcare centres at the moment?

We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day but did you know that what your kids eat for breakfast can help improve their resilience at school each day?

Here are our family's Top Tips for healthy End of Term resilience building breakfasts:


Reconnect family through slow food

With Autumn weather and cooler evenings, our family is regularly cooking our dinners now in our slow cooker (crockpot) and I am reminded not only of the pure and simple comfort that a good old fashioned slow cooked meal provides us but also that slow food is a fabulous way for my family to reconnect.

To enhance our family's health & well-being, we love to RECONNECT through SLOW FOOD ...

Every day, people in pain contact our clinic asking: "What is this 'magic' that your chiropractor, Andrew Riddle, does that makes families feel better?"

Well, apart from being a naturally intuitive health practitioner, Andrew, also uses a neuroscience healthcare method, which specialises in pain and chronic illness called NIS (Neurological Integration System by Neurolink).


AND ... more importantly what can chiropractic do to help 'turn off' your baby's 'street fighting' survival switch?

As a mum to 3 children, I am passionate about calm, content babies and raising resilient kids.

So let's start with our family's own extreme example of a 'street fighter' baby - a highly stressed, unsettled, unhappy, unwell baby.

Our first child, Samuel, (Sam), was born a 'street fighter' baby. And what I mean by this is that from the moment he was born he came out 'fighting' for his life. In fact, even BEFORE he was born he was 'fighting' for his life.

So why was our firstborn fighting for his life? Even while in utero? The short answer ... my pre-natal and antenatal stress was trying to kill him ... which meant that as a result his survival instinct, his "fight or flight" switch, was 'turned on'

Contact Details

Shop 6/75 Warbuton Avenue
Padbury Shopping Centre
Padbury WA 6025

T: 08 9403 3999



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