Area moms can attend a Momwise session at either the Perinton Recreation Center on Tuesday, September 24 (7:00 pm - 8:30 pm), or The Strong National Museum of Play on Saturday, October 19 (10:00 am - 11:30 am), where they can learn a simple and effective approach to oral care, how chiropractics can improve a child's behavior and attention challenges, and the benefits and ease of living an unprocessed, real-food lifestyle.
Phillips says that each speaker's area of expertise is closely integrated, and since the three each have children of their own, they have an understanding of what it's like to be a busy mom and can offer realistic ideas.
"We all want what's best for our families, but there are some tools that simply aren't given to parents in the standard practice of the dental, food and health care industries," said Phillips. "Our seminar will be dynamic because we'll focus on the connection between mouth and body health, and simple facts moms need to take into consideration to promote proper nutrition, exercise and oral care for their children."
The Momwise Series will address the following:
·How to stop a cavity in a child's mouth from getting bigger and even make it disappear
·Steps to give children a lifetime of cavity-free teeth
·How to use nutrition, exercise, and chiropractic care to significantly help a child with ADHD, learning challenges, anxiety, or sleep problems.
·How to use neurosensory exercises to boost a child's performance in the classroom.
·Discovery of secret ingredients hiding in seemingly healthy foods, which could be affecting a child's immune system.
·How to pack a pantry with "real food" filled with healthy ingredients that kids will enjoy.
Participants will receive informative handouts and worksheets, enjoy complimentary nutritious refreshments and goody bags, and have the chance to win family-focused raffle prizes (including a free consultation and products from the experts). Attendees will also have the opportunity to explore information and samples from a variety of health and wellness brand representatives before and after the seminar.
About the Experts
Dr. Ellie Phillips, DDS
Phillips has years of clinical experience as a Pediatric and Advanced General Dentistry Specialist. She was faculty at the University of Rochester and the Pediatric Clinic Director at Eastman Dental Center. In 2005, she founded Zellies, a company that helps educate families on the importance of oral health for whole-body wellness by explaining how and why bad things happen to teeth. She offers parents a guide to improving dental health and saving teeth from cavities and fillings by using xylitol products. Phillips currently practices dentistry at the Genesee Valley Dental Group and resides in Rush.
Dr. Sarah Pace, DC
Pace has been practicing natural healthcare for nearly a decade. In 2006, she opened Pace Family Chiropractic, which offers chiropractic care for children, pregnant women and families. In 2012, she started the Pace Sensory Developmental Program as a natural way address the needs of families affected by neurodevelopmental disorders, such as autism and ADHD. Pace holds a B.S. in Exercise Physiology with a minor in nutrition from the University of Delaware. She received her doctor of chiropractic degree from New York Chiropractic College in 2005. Pace resides in Webster.
Amy Nadelen, MS
Nadelen is a family nutrition consultant and certified wellness coach in Fairport, who holds more than 15 years of experience in the wellness industry. She started on the path to real food (whole, natural and unprocessed foods) to help her son's recurring asthma attacks. Nadelen founded Tribe Wellness to help other families live the real food lifestyle in a simple and manageable way. Nadelen is Master's trained in the area of health promotion and education.
The Momwise Series is free of charge, open to the public and recommended for parents of infants to school age children. Registration is preferred. For more information and to register, click here.
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