BabiesChiropractic with

Dr Miriam Kendall

  • Chiropaeds
  • Inspiral Kids
  • Chiropractic4Kids
  • Switched-on-Kids
  • Mark-their-Steps
  • Childhood Neurodevelopmental Disorders
  • Melillo Method

We ♥ Babies

Dr Miriam adores babies and gets the biggest kick when helping young families thrive.  This is such a vital time for bonding, growth and development of their little bodies, and building billions of brain connections.  A baby's brain doubles in size during their first year of life!

Forever a student, Dr Miriam finds great joy when attending post graduate seminars, especially when they are all about babies and how to provide better care for them.  She is currently completing 2 post graduate qualifications.  One is a Fellowship in Childhood Neurodevelopmental Disorders (150+ hours) and the other is a 2 year Diplomate in Chiropractic Paediatrics.

During your Appointment:

thorough assessment of chiropractic babies

  • Thorough assessment
  • Gentle & modified treatment tailor appropriately for your child's size, age and level of development
  • Monitor & refer when necessary
  • Breastfeeding support
  • Sleep support
  • Clinical range nutritionals
  • Exercises, stretches, massage and home advice

Having a baby can be a scary new chapter in one's life, but we are here to support you and your growing family.  We are happy to answer any questions you may have or discuss any concerns.  We will help monitor weight gain, growth, milestones, musculoskeletal and neurological development. We will provide treatment when possible, educate and empower you, and refer out when necessary.  Through co-management with your Maternal Health Nurse, GP and/or Paediatrician, you will be treated with the utmost care.

Is your baby telling you they are in pain?

  • Unsettled
  • Excessive crying, arching back, kicking legs, flailing arms and/or hand fisting
  • Discomfort when changing nappies or getting dressed
  • Dislikes their car seat
  • Difficulty with tummy time
  • Head preference to one side
  • Comfort feeding or difficulty feeding
  • Always wants to be carried, rocked or on the move
  • Poor sleep