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ID 23455
  Title Is modern technology affecting our children's musculoskeletal and neurological development? [editorial]
Journal J Clin Chiropr Pediatr. 2014 Mar;14(2):1122-1124
Peer Review No
Publication Type Editorial

Excerpt: Welcome to the premier issue of the Journal of Clinical Chiropractic Pediatrics in its new open access format. We are hopeful that this venue will provide field clinicians interested in maternal health and pediatric chiropractic with current research, case reports and clinical commentary that they will find both useful and informative.  We invite you to submit your own research or scientific writing to be considered for publication in this journal.

The window of learning the world during the early years of life is irreplaceable.  The brain constantly rewires itself with every thought and experience the young child has.  Multi-sensory experiences of normal, everyday life are actually far richer than getting to experience everything in the world through the screen of a tablet.  Developing the auditory, visual, and kinesthetic nervous system is vital at this tender age. Multisensory learning helps ensure that the developing child is adaptable to different styles of learning once they are immersed in formal education.  Developing their imagination and problem solving skills improves their resiliency in challenging situations. It also improves their overall health and well-being which is our goal as their chiropractor.

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