Holly Madison booked her baby daughter in for an appointment with a chiropractor to get her back adjusted.
Holly Madison has taken her baby to a chiropractor.
The former Playboy model - who wed Pasquale Rotella in a lavish Disneyland wedding last month - booked her six-month-old daughter Rainbow Aurora in for an appointment to get her back adjusted by an alternative medicine health care professional.
Chiropractic treatment emphasizes manual therapy including joint manipulation to help treat or prevent disorders of the neuromusculoskeletal system.
Holly shared an adorable snap of Rainbow mid-treatment on her personal website, writing, ''Did you know chiropractors can adjust babies, too? One of rainbow's first appointments, after the pediatrician was with a chiropractor. She still enjoys getting adjusted today! (sic)''
When one fan was sceptical about the benefits of a baby visiting a chiropractor, others rushed to the 33-year-old star's defence.
One mother wrote: ''Getting adjusted helps with gas and sleeplessness. It helps with allergies and eczema. It works like magic for lots of colicky babies.''
Holly and her new husband Pasquale have also been enjoying playing dress-up at home with their cute kid.
The reality star - who is Hugh Hefner's former girlfriend - wrote on Twitter: ''I've created a monster - an adorable one.''
She then shared some photos of Rainbow in a onesie inspired by loveable character Sully from animated movie 'Monsters Inc.'
She posted: ''I'm obsessed with this Sully Monsters Inc. costume (or in Rainbow's case, everyday wear)! (sic)''
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