I would like to introduce our unique practice and invite you to experience the benefits of chiropractic care for your family.
Chiropractic care is about removing nerve interference in the body to allow the nervous system to function optimally. A nervous system that is not functioning properly (subluxation) is like having a computer with a virus. A subluxation interferes with normal communication within the nerves of the body. Chiropractic adjustments normalize joint motion, reduce muscular stress and remove subluxations, allowing neurological impulses to and from the body and the brain to be maximized via spinal cord transmission. This is very important at every stage in one’s life.
Although we take care of all spines (including men and non-pregnant women), at Gabaldon Chiropractic, we focus on prenatal and pediatric chiropractic care. Mothers, babies, and kids make up 80% of our practice – and we LOVE IT!!
We help pregnant women in every stage of their pregnancy to have optimum pregnancies and also to address specific issues commonly experienced in the pregnant population. Some of these include: swelling, back pain, sciatica, pubic bone pain, headaches, rib pain, and breathing difficulties.
We see lots of kids here from infancy on. We help newborns with latching difficulties, torticollis, and colic. We also help Toddlers with chronic ear infections, adjust to walking and older kids who experience sports injuries and teach them good posture. Click on the “TESTIMONIALS” tab for video testimonials from parents expressing how chiropractic care helped with their child’s specific issues. We like to see kids of all ages to help with health issues, but most importantly, to improve their overall health.
In addition to 8 years of baccalaureate (bachelor’s degree) and chiropractic school (doctorate degree), Dr. Gabaldon continued her studies with post doctoral education in extremity adjusting (ankles, knees, hips, shoulders, elbows, wrists, hands) and pre-natal and pediatric chiropractic care.
The nervous system is the master control of the body. This is important from the first moments of life.