Wee difficult child's in-home actually recommended this, as she works with several kids who've been helped by this lady. So we took wee difficult child to a chiropractor/nutritionalist/naturalist. Sounds kinda whacked. *** She did an hour and a half assessment, kept the binder with difficult child's records in it and I think read AND ABSORBED most of it, and gave us back a detailed report and things she found in his binder that support her thoughts. Most of her suggestions are fairly simple to implement, like moving away from products containing paraben due to research suggesting the body perceives it as a sex hormone; sugar substitutes that are all natural, natural laundry soap, etc. She also suggested heavy metal testing because he has exhibited prolonged reactions to medications in the past (Ritalin, Straterra, even the Clonodine). *** On the chirporactic front, she would like to do some adjusting on him in 7 places. With everything else we've tried, I'm not against these suggestions. *** So we will see.