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CranioSacral Therapy, which acts on the tissue surrounding the structures of the nervous system in a very gentle way, can be very important for infants who appear to be in distress.

According to Jennifer Barham-Floreani, a pediatric chiropractor in Australia, "The nervous system is the master controller of our body and if its communications channels become fuzzy, distorted or damaged, then we may experience all sorts of communication errors. For babies this ineffective communication may play out as colic or irritability, an inability to suckle and breastfeed or poor sleep habits. For a child poor nerve communication may result in developmental delays, an inability to concentrate, behavioral problems, digestive issues, asthma, headaches - the list is endless."

Good times to come in for a wellness check of muscle tone and fascial tension, or review of symptoms that might indicate tightness and restrictions, are at the following milestones:

  • Soon after birth.
  • When the baby starts to hold the head up.
  • When the baby sits up.
  • When the baby starts to crawl.
  • When the baby starts to stand.
  • When the baby starts to walk.
After that, a normal childhood includes jumping, running, falls and accidents. A regular session of CranioSacral Therapy is excellent for wellness and prevention.


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