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The kids are the best part

The kids are the best part

  There is so much pain in the refugee population, what most people do not realize is that the kids are affected just as much, sometimes more than the adults are. I have never seen so many cases of bedwetting, which is a sign of stress in a child’s body. Children also came in with colic, ear infections and reflux. The kids LOVE being adjusted and have responded so beautifully. One little girl that came in today, has severe PTSD post war. She is bedwetting, has reflux and is a very sad child. Working with her spine and her nervous system I can see why. The emotional trauma has taken a physical toll on her body, and her body has no other way to respond besides these symptoms. Millions of kids in the United States enjoy gentle, safe Chiropractic care because it gets them well and keeps them healthy for the rest of their life with regular adjustments. We are lucky to have access to thousands of Chiropractors for our children in the United States.  Find one here : Since the refugee population hardly has access to basic healthcare, Chiropractic is out of the question. Except for a few lucky refugee kids who have been able to experience vitality, health and freedom through adjustments in the past days in the clinic....

Refugee Clinic – Day 1

Our first day at the clinic, I had butterflies. What would I see, hear and experience? Would the Medical Doctors who are in my group send patients to me? All of this ended the moment I started speaking to the refugees about their ailments and how they actually came to live in Jordan. We take so much for granted in the world we live in, alien to what most of the world experiences.    I was brought to tears when one lady who was a patient of mine, recounted what had happened to her family in Syria. “The army came and killed 5 of my neighbors,” she said…. ” I knew that my family had to flee that night, so we smuggled 15 people into a sheep cart with nothing except the clothes on our back, we made it to Jordan after three days. We crossed the border illegally in a way, so since we are undocumented, we do not have anything left”. When I asked her what her family did in Syria, she said: ” My husband used to own a factory, now he can only find part-time jobs working in a factory.”  Imagine what it would be like to have a stable job as an Entrepreneur, where you owned your own factory, only in one instance for it to be all taken away and now you can only find part-time work in a factory.  There are hundreds of stories just like this one. War tears apart families, destroys lives and impacts people in such horrible ways. All I can say is send love to those who need it the most...