Author: Dr. Stephen Stinn

Common Back-to-School Challenges in Children

The new school year is already here and summer has flown by like always. When you think back to last year, maybe your child had challenges with any of the following: Reading speed, reading comprehension, handwriting, concentration, sitting still, behavior, or sensory processing. Any one of these will no doubt […]

Vertigo and Dizziness

Vertigo is a sensation of spinning dizziness. If you or someone you know struggles with chronic vertigo or dizziness you may have heard of the vestibular system. The vestibular system is your balance system and it resides in your inner ear. It consists of three semicircular canals in each ear […]

Addressing Behavorial Issues in Children

Do you or someone you know have a child who struggles with behavioral issues? You are definitely not alone as it is a common issue with kids today. Because of several environmental factors, more and more kids are not getting rid of their infant reflexes. These are reflexes we have […]

Managing Anxiety

Unfortunately, anxiety affects so many of us today. Kids and adolescents face a lot of anxiety and social anxieties in school. Adults face a lot of anxiety with running kids around, work, and life stressors. The pace of the world moves fast and sometimes our bodies can’t adapt as well […]

Gut and G.I. Issues in Kids

Why are so many kids today experiencing gut issues? The way I look at it is our current environment is not conducive to building a healthy gut microbiome. Two environmental difference being: C-section births and inability to breastfeed. C-section births are much higher than they used to be. I understand […]

Bedwetting: Two Contributing Factors

Bedwetting, also known as Nocturnal Enuresis, is defined as involuntary voiding while sleeping in people five years of age or older. Bedwetting spans across multiple ages, affecting about 20% of the population at age five, 10% at the age of ten, and 3% at the age of fifteen. There are […]

Improving Reading Comprehension in Kids

Many kids struggle with reading comprehension, and parents often have a tough time finding a solution to help them. Most often, kids that have a reading comprehension problem have above average intelligence, but it’s an issue within their nerve system that’s at the root of the problem. Every child who […]