We have found many amazing sensory and ADHD resources who give their patients 100%. When they write their blogs and articles we wanted to share our favorites with you. Check these docs out!

Dr Tony is the leading chiropractor in the world when it comes to resources for neurodevelopmental disorders. We’re talking about autism, ADHD, sensory disorder, seizures, and more. He has devoted much of his time to unlocking difficult pediatric cases and teaching doctors to do the same. Over 18 years of experience now, he is a great source of pediatric knowledge. Whether you are the average parent to a seasoned neurologist.

Dr BJ is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to nutrition. I base my dietary lifestyle on the great information he provides. I highly recommend checking out his great blog if diet seems to play a role in your child with autism, ADHD, sensory disorder, seizures, or you’re simply looking to live healthier. He has helped write multiple books on the subject of nutrition and health. Check it out!

Dr. Mercola truly embraces an outlook on health that resembles the original philosophy of doctors of osteopathy. The body is made to heal itself and when it is not able to you simply empower it through chiropractic care, proper nutrition, healthy exercise, removing toxins, and most importantly maximizing your mindset. A resource full of many topics that both raise awareness and boost your health. He features occasional articles surrounding autism, ADHD, sensory disorder, anxiety, seizures, and the many neurodevelopmental disorders we often work with.

One of my TOP ADHD and More Resources for sure!  My friend Dr David Jockers has set up one of the easiest sites to navigate.  Questions about food, recipes, supplements, gut and brain health, etc… this Christian doctor has you covered! Simply hover over the “Health” tab on the first page and immediately start learning and applying!

Here you will find helpful engaging conversations about being a parent as well as insight into your child’s brain and thought processes.  We are all about the sensory, behavior, and ADHD resources!