Reaching Sensory Processing Disorders: Working to Benefit ADD/ADHD to Autism through Structure and Function by Charles Chapple, DC

On October 4, 2009, 9:42 am

So frequently, sensory processing disorders, ADHD to autism, are addressed through a variety of behavioral and biochemical approaches; this can result in the significance of the biomechanical aspects of these conditions being underestimated. Experts state that if a cluster of irregular nervous system reflexes remain unaddressed they will prevent "sustained long term improvement."

This presentation introduces the importance of the nervous system with its biomechanical relationships to the spine and cranium, and the noninvasive approaches of chiropractic and craniosacral therapy for the benefit of individuals struggling with sensory processing concerns and retained primitive reflexes.

Charles Chapple, DC earned his doctorate degree in chiropractic from National College of Chiropractic in 1991. Dr. Chapple holds post-graduate certifications in areas such as chiropractic pediatrics (Fellowship in International Chiropractic Pediatric Association), acupuncture, applied kinesiology, and spinal rehabilitation. He was selected for "America's Top Chiropractors" for the last three years. His practice is in Roselle, Illinois, and he is conveniently reached at

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