Worried. Anxious. Confused. And absolutely exhausted. In your body. In your mind. And especially in your heart.
Bottom line: When you’re worried about your child, life just feels hard. All your physical, mental and emotional energy is consumed by that worry. You wonder if you’re doing all that you can to help your child. Maybe you’ve even blamed yourself for not having the answers. Or you’re just confused because you don’t know what to do next. With good reason - there’s a lot of contradiction in medicine.
Your child needs support and healing. You need support. Your whole family needs support.
We’ll support your child’s physical and emotional needs. You’ll get a detailed plan on how we can “fix” whatever is ailing your child. Whatever is keeping them from their potential.
And you’ll get support, too. Because no one can do it alone. And you shouldn’t have to.
I am Dwight Franklin, Doctor of Oriental Medicine, and I am the founder of Franklin Family Wellness Institute.
I specialize in Pediatric Traditional Oriental Medicine and Functional Medicine. When I work with your child, I assess and treat your child as an individual holistically - not as their symptoms or illness. And unlike conventional Western medicine, treatment with Oriental and Functional Medicine doesn’t just mask symptoms. It goes to the source. It’s not just temporary symptom suppression.
The world today sets kids up for disaster. There’s so much toxicity, it’s no wonder that kids are sick. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Pediatrics is one of the oldest specialties within Oriental medicine and has proven time and time again to offer significant huge benefits to patients who have been unresponsive to other forms of treatment because it facilitates the body’s natural ability to heal itself.
I work with children of all ages and their families to give the patient’s body what it needs, get what doesn’t serve the body out of the way and allow healing to take place.
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