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Therapeutic Approach to Growth

Therapeutic Approach to Growth

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February 16th 2016:Chiropractic: A Key Approach to Care for Individuals With Developmental Delays

In this episode host Brooke Wagner, will interview chiropractor and international presenter, Dr. Steve Tullius. We will learn more about how chiropractic care works, the way in which it supports individuals with special needs, and the types of improvements a patient may experience. In addition, Dr. Steve will share what a session commonly looks like and how he assesses the health of the nervous system. Finally, case studies will be imbedded into the discussion to paint a vivid picture of Dr. Steve's unique approach to supporting individuals with developmental delays.

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Dr. Steve Tullius

Dr. Steve Tullius is a pediatric and family chiropractor specializing in the care of individuals with neurodevelopmental and behavioral conditions such as autism, ADHD, PANS/PANDAS, OCD, and SPD. Having a child with special needs, he thoroughly understands the gamut of personal, familial and health related challenges. Through the use of advanced autonomic nervous system examination technology to assess the health of the nervous system as well as manual methods to restore balance to that system, Dr. Tullius is able to see extraordinary improvements in quality of life of those he serves. He is the vice president of the International Federation of Chiropractors and Organizations and travels t
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