Children’s Chiropractic Centre Blog

Dr Jacey Pryjma

Dr Jacey Pryjma is a passionate and charismatic chiropractor who just adores working with children. As the director of the Australian Children's Chiropractic Centre she brings together a team passionate about supporting children and their parents to make healthcare a priority. Her goal is to support todays children to grow in a world where healthy practices and taking care of the body is a number one priority. A teacher and mentor in the industry Jacey's focus in on understanding childhood development and how to enhance the childhood experience!

Recent Posts

Screen Time Recommendations For Infants and Young Children

Posted by Dr Jacey Pryjma on 18-Jul-2019 14:11:09

How screen time effects development

As our world becomes more digital and connected online, our little ones daily habits will change. The exercise and amount of outdoor play we all enjoyed when we were young, isn't as common for todays children. Research published this year (2019) is uncovering the detrimental effects of high screen time, with one study showing higher screen time between the ages of 2 and 3 years of age was associated with delays in meeting developmental milestones at 3 and 5 years of age1. Research also showed clearly that less recreational screen time is better for avoiding obesity, and for promoting sleep, physical fitness, and cognitive, social and emotional development.

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Topics: Screen Time, Toddlers, Exercise, Infants, Physical Development, Preschool Children, Guidelines, Technology, Research

Why we love baby wearing!

Posted by Dr Jacey Pryjma on 07-May-2018 14:24:11

 


[Image credit: Born for love - Ergobaby]
Holding or carrying a baby (or young child) on your body using a carrier

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Topics: Mothers, Babies, Health, parents, Development, spine, Mums, ACCC, baby wearing

Fish Oils & Essential Fats

Posted by Dr Jacey Pryjma on 16-Apr-2018 09:00:00

Two very important fats are Omega-3, and Omega-6. These are called essential fats because our body cannot manufacture them from other nutrient, you must obtain them from your diet.

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Topics: Health, Nutrition, parents, children, families, brain, Blog, ACCC

The Power Of Tummy Time

Posted by Dr Jacey Pryjma on 19-Sep-2017 14:00:00

Watching your babe achieve new skills makes your heart go a flutter! You’re watching in awe as this little human, who you have brought in to the world, learns, develops and grows right before your eyes. Working on tummy time helps him to one day move on his own. He starts to lift his head and one day take those amazing first steps will be some of the most proud moments you have as a parent. Tummy time is such an important first step into the future.

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Topics: Babies, Development, workshops