Chiropractic care for children has recently been a contentious topic in the media. But let’s stop and be rational, unbiased and scientific for a minute. All the relevant research concludes that chiropractic is effective for treatment of musculoskeletal conditions in adults. So the first question that needs to be asked is “What body parts do adults have that children don’t have?” The next question is, “What body parts do children have that adults don’t have? Why would it be unreasonable to think that spinal care that is effective for an adult, when provided in a gentle manner suitable for the developmental stage of the child, would not be effective? There is ample evidence that chiropractic care is safe for children and NOT A SHRED of evidence that it is harmful or dangerous. What do chiropractors do? They take a treatment for an adult, that is evidence-based in terms of both safety and effectiveness and then they alter it to be gentle to suit the developmental stage of the baby or child.