From a Chiropractic perspective we regularly find that interference in nerve flow can be the cause of bedwetting. This is not always the case, but, there are many cases that we treat where the issue is improved and resolved by identifying and reducing nerve flow interference. When we talk about nerve flow interference we are in simple terms referring to brain messages travelling through the nervous system to manage voluntary and involuntary actions. Sometimes in children and adults areas in joints may become tight or even locked, reducing the good flow of these messages from the brain. We call this a subluxation. Sometimes in children who bed wet, we find that there are areas in the neck and back region that are tight, even though the child is generally not experiencing any apparent discomfort. When we release these tight or locked joints with very gentle treatment, the nerve flow may improve and in a good number of cases bedwetting ceases.
If you have not considered Chiropractoc care, I would suggest perhaps seeing a Chiropractor with a special interest in treating bedwetting and children. If you are in Sydney, you may want to see Dr Felicity Young, Chiropractor.
All the best,
Michael Cohen, Chiropractor
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