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May 19, 2022

Chiropractic Care for Kids

Disorders of the musculoskeletal and nervous systems effects your child’s overall well-being. Whether you have a toddler or high school athlete, help your kids stay active and pain free with the following tips from our chiropractors:

TrueCare Chiropractic Care for Kids Infographic

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Learn more about TrueCare chiropractic services by texting or calling us today at (760) 736-6767. Or visit one of our many locations across North San Diego and South Riverside Counties.

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Healthy Backs, Happy Kids

Help your child stay active and happy with these tips for a healthy back:

Infants & Toddlers

Limit your child’s time in a car seat or swing to avoid pain and discomfort. 2 hours in a 24 hour period.

Young Children

Make sure your child’s backpack does not weigh more than 10-15% of their total body weight.


Avoid tech neck by keeping mobile devices at eye level. Looking down puts extra strain and pressure on the neck of up to 50-60lbs.


Reduce issues caused by growth spurts and sports injuries with routine chiropractic adjustments. Girls can grow until age 18. Boys can grow until age 21.

If your child is having pain, contact one of our chiropractors to help. Visit

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