My daughter Kaitlin just turned 7 and is in second grade. She’s been
diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome, an autistic spectrum disorder, as well as Sensory Integration Disorder. Her symptoms include lack of eye contact, impulsiveness, inflexible thinking, unreasonable rituals for daily activities, screaming upon being frustrated, difficulty transitioning activities, hyperactivity, trouble relaxing to fall asleep at night, crashing behaviors, bed and pants wetting, poor fine motor skills, and continuingneed to suck on a pacifier. A friend told me how she had gotten her ADD daughter off of Ritalin by using Network Chiropractic. She called it brain surgery via touching the spine. Since it was noninvasive and so gentle as to present no danger of injury I decided to bring Kaitlin in for treatment. After two months of treatments she no longer has screaming incidents at school. Her impulsive behaviors are virtually gone. She is participating in classroom discussions, raising her hand, and waiting to be called on. She is making much better eye contact. She is calmer, although she still wiggles excessively in her chair. She has an improved sense of where her body is so she no longer crashes into people and has stopped wetting her bed. We are delighted with these vast improvements. They seem so large as to not be just a coincidence. We are sure that the Network Chiropractic made these changes possible.
Karen Mueller, mother Kaitlin Mueller