Babies do not need to cry -the science behind Craniosacral therapy for infant colic

Relevance Infant colic affects 20% of infants under 3 months1. It is the main cause of medical visits during the first year of life, distress to parents and a major reason for stopping breastfeeding2. What is it? Infant colic is a functional gastro-intestinal disorder (FGID) with elusive pathophysiology and multifactorial...
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Craniosacral therapy and chronic pain

New Research supports craniosacral therapy as a viable option for chronic pain sufferers. Here is my interpretation of the study results and its clinical relevance in plain English. Title Craniosacral therapy for chronic pain: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials (RCTs) Summary A review of 10 RTCs...
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Introduction Mum and baby bonding starts from conception. Bonding is a non-physical special connection between mother and child. It influences the child’s physical and emotional development as well as the mother’s wellbeing during pregnancy, postpartum and breastfeeding. It facilitates physical processes like for example, the mother’s let down when it...
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