Developmental Delays in Children shown to benefit from Breakthrough Discovery
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) July 07, 2015
An emerging group of health professionals from Dallas, Texas, announces a new and innovative approach to help children with developmental difficulties. OTZ Health Education Systems has found that their standard of care for a medical condition known as Frozen Shoulder Syndrome has a profound effect on young and developing children. This discovery has the potential to create a paradigm shift in the way kids are typically diagnosed and treated, without the use of medication.
This treatment known as the “Tension to Tone Adjustment” is a very precise and specific way of balancing the communication of the brain with the body. “This “brain-body balancing” creates a whole new way of looking at how the health of our children can be managed during their crucial developmental years”, says Dr. Mathew Gutierrez, D.C. He also mentions that there are signs a child may have a dysfunction with the brain-body connection. These include: being a poor sleeper, fussy, irritable, a clumsy gait, late walking or talking, slow learning or having irrational fears. A birth history of the following may also be a clue: difficult birth, c-section, use of forceps or suction, breach birth, forceful delivery and even a twin or triplet birth.
Whole Health Partners, which is primarily a Frozen Shoulder facility, is now dedicating a select number of office hours to screening for these dysfunctions in young children.