Mar 31, 2022
Developmental milestones have changes for the first time in 20 years, specifically the timeframe that a child should meet them. Why did they do that? The answer isn't what you might think it is.
In this episode, Dr. Martin Rosen and I discuss the importance of developmental milestones for your baby (what they are, when they should hit them, what it means if they're not reaching one). We also discuss some of the reasons why the CDC recently changed the timing of them and the negative effects this may have on our children's growth and development.
Dr. Martin Rosen is a 1981 summa cum laude graduate of Life Chiropractic College. Since 1982 he has maintained a private practice in Wellesley, MA. Besides his practice Dr. Rosen has traveled nationally and internationally teaching chiropractic technique, pediatrics, cranial adjusting, chiropractic philosophy and practice management.
His educational offerings include hands on and online workshops and seminars, guest lectures, instructional videos, written books and articles, published research papers and one on one interviews. He is dedicated to giving chiropractors the tools and skills necessary to take care of children and to inspire them to expand this branch of chiropractic.
With his wife, Dr. Nancy Watson, they run the Peak Potential Institute offering premier educational programs for the chiropractic profession. Their most recent book “It’s All in the Head”, published for the public, was written to inform and bring awareness of the implications that cranial distortions can have in the initial stages of childhood growth and development.
To get Dr. Rosen's book for parents: www.ItsAllIntheHeadBook.com
Seminars for Doctors: www.PeakPotentialProgram.com
His practice in Massachusetts: www.wellesleychiro.com
His website: www.drmartinrosen.com