Student Health Analysis for ADHD symptoms


According to the Center for Disease Control, a child with ADHD might have the following symptoms:


  • have a hard time paying attention
  • daydream a lot
  • not seem to listen
  • be easily distracted from schoolwork or play
  • forget things
  • be in constant motion or unable to stay seated
  • squirm or fidget
  • talk too much
  • not be able to play quietly
  • act and speak without thinking
  • have trouble taking turns
  • interrupt others


Of course, these are all quite normal childhood behaviors.  However, parents and school administrators can become concerned when these traits inhibit learning and proper social interaction.

However, the drugs that are prescribed to address these symptoms are dangerous and addictive.  They are proven to cause side effects ranging from headaches to strokes to psychotic behavior.  Worse yet, the makers of these drugs admit that the cause of ADHD is unknown, and the reason these drugs seem to work is also unknown.

What causes ADHD symptoms?


ADHD symptoms do have common causes.  Many times, they are related to nutrition and irregular body function.

Think back to the last time you had a nagging pain – maybe a headache or a backache.  Were you focused?

Do you remember a time when you skipped a meal.  Were you able to devote 100% to the task at hand?

ADHD symptoms are typically caused by physical body problems which can be accurately diagnosed and naturally remedied – without drugs or surgery.

Dr. J.C. Carpenter, D.C., has devoted his life to helping his patients achieve good health – naturally.  He has seen the dangerous trend towards prescribing ADHD medications to the youth of this generation and has seen first-hand the damaging results of these medications.

He has resolved to help as many children and their families as possible to discover the true causes of their ADHD symptoms and address them using natural and gentle solutions.

When the true cause of the symptoms is located, the remedy is simple – and it doesn’t require that your child take addictive stimulants that have been put in the same class of drug as cocaine by the FDA.

“I can study without my ADHD medications!”


“My name is Zach and I have had problems since I was about 12 years old. It started because I developed the habit of incorrectly cracking my back during class. It then elevated to self adjustments during football season. This went on all throughout my high school career.

“During my first year of college, right around finals time, I started to realize that my neck was becoming stiffer and stiffer as the year progressed. I came home during Christmas break, and my mom suggested that I go and see Dr JC to see if he could provide some sort of relief to my worsening condition. I went in for an examination and within the first few adjustments my neck began to feel better. Because I was away at college I could not begin to see Dr. JC until I came home for summer break. Within the first week or so that I was home, I began undergoing four to five adjustments a week. At first there was no drastic change, but as time progressed, I began to realize that I was able to study for my summer school class without the aid of A.D.D. medication, and that my mood overall has improved.At the end of the summer when I went in for my reexamination we discovered that not only had the adjustment been helping me concentrate, but the mobility of my neck had nearly doubled.

“Dr JC has truly changed my life! He reached out to me and helped me and my mother at a time when we were truly in need. His spiritual wisdom and guidance have deeply affected me and I am forever grateful.”  – Z.P.

Get to the bottom of the ADHD symptoms.

Get a personalized program that will handle the symptoms naturally and without dangerous drugs – a Student Health Analysis.

What the Student Health Analysis includes:


  • Full x-rays and exams
  • Nutritional analysis
  • Consultation with family and patient
  • Personal program of nutrition and health regimen


What the Student Health Analysis doesn’t include:


  • Addictive drugs
  • Dangerous side effects
  • Stigmatization 
  • Judgement and labels


What does the Student Health Analysis cost?


Dr. J.C. Carpenter, D.C., has priced the Student Health Analysis and any subsequent treatment to be much less than the cost of a prescription of popular ADHD medications – and it works. The cost of the initial consultation and personal program is $200. Follow-up visits are also priced very reasonably.

Get the true help your family needs.

Call today to schedule the Student Health Analysis

(636) 391-1611


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Wellness Chiropractic
Address: 910 Kehrs Mill Rd # 102
Ballwin, MO 63011
Phone: (636) 391-1611

Adjusting Hours
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