Good health is one of the greatest gifts you can give your family. Vaccines play a crucial role in this gift – especially for your children.
How and when you vaccinate your children has become a controversial topic. It’s become incredibly hard to find unbiased, accurate information. Without all the information it’s incredibly difficult to weigh the health benefits and potential risks.
Unfortunately, it can be hard for a new parent to know what’s right for their children. Even just 15 years ago, parents didn’t face the same decisions. Today, the immunization schedule encouraged by the Center for Disease Control and the American Pediatric Association includes a significantly larger number of recommended vaccinations.
Vaccines are a relatively small, diluted amount of a harmful disease. The idea behind them is that by introducing the disease in a small form, the body is then trained to handle and ward off the given foreign substance in the future.
However, research suggests each shot contains a mild level of substances that could be toxic to the body. This toxicity multiplied over multiple shots could pose long-term health consequences.
Get the Facts Before You Vaccinate
Prior to vaccinating your child, it’s important to know the facts. Our doctors offer vaccination consultation, so you can feel confident in making the best decision for your child.
During a vaccination consultation, we invite you to ask any and all questions you have. Our doctors will take a close look at your child’s health history. This includes evaluating any health issues they’ve faced while in the womb and after birth, your child’s family history, and any environmental factors that may play a role.
The consultation may also cover:
- The pros and cons of each vaccine, in both the short and long-term
- What lifestyle your family leads and what role this plays in making your child more or less susceptible to infectious diseases
- Optimal times to vaccinate your child
- What affect vaccines could have on your child’s physiology
- Nutritional guidelines to improve your child’s ability to fight off infections
- Alternatives you may use to manage the risk of exposing your child to infection diseases
It’s Your Child. It’s Your Choice
The doctors are Tru Health will never tell you vaccinate or not vaccinate your child. It’s your child. We believe vaccinating should be your choice.
Our goal during each vaccination consultation is to give you the best information available so you can make the right decision for your family.
Post-Vaccination Treatment Strategies
Post-vaccination treatment strategies can be used to minimize the side effects of a vaccination in both the short- and long-term. Our doctors can help you optimize your child’s immune system through supplements and a well-balanced diet.
We can provide advice on disease prevention and treatment for unvaccinated children. And, we can provide continued counseling as to the timing of receiving additional vaccines.