Early Life Stress, Dysautonomia, Vertebral Subluxation and Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Early Life Stress (ELS) distorts neurological, physiological, and structural developmental leading to lasting and profound changes in he brain and cognition. Dr. Tullius will explore the research around ELS in general and specifically as it relates to vertebral subluxation, toricollis, plagiocephaly and scoliosis. In this presentation he will share the devastating consequences of what happens when vertebral subluxation goes uncorrected in pediatric populations and share strategies to help communicate this important topic with your community.

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