CranioSacral Therapy for Babies & Children

CranioSacral Therapy for Babies and Children

Babies & ChildrenCranioSacral is a comprehensive therapy which can be used effectively for the treatment of many conditions at all ages. It is extremely gentle, non-invasive, and causes no discomfort or disturbance to the client; nor does it have any risks or adverse side effects. It is, for this reason, particularly suitable therapy for babies and children.

One area to which cranioSacral therapy is particularly relevant is birth trauma, the effects of which can cause many common childhood conditions, from minor ailments such as glue car to much more severe disabilities.

During the birth process, the baby’s head is forcefully compressed as it twists through the narrow birth canal. To allow passage, the cranium of a new-born baby is not a solid, bony structure but a soft membranous, pliable balloon, designed to adapt readily to the rigorous pressures of the birth process.

However, intense compression of this delicate structure over many hours, as is often the case, pushes the bones of the cranium up against each other and distorts the shape of the head. This is normal, and unavoidable, but if any of the cranial bones remain at all distorted, or if they fail to release completely, the distortions may prevent the proper formation of the skull, and thereby affect development of the brain or impinge on associated structures such as pelvic misalignment, nerves and blood vessels throughout the body.

The effects of these cranial bone restrictions will vary considerably. The most severe cases can lead to cerebral palsy, autism, or epilepsy; less severe cases may result in dyslexia, learning difficulties, hyperactivity, and squint. It can also be linked with other minor common childhood complaints, such as allergies and asthma, as well as general health and well-being.

Debbie offers a ‘no fee’ check up on your precious new born and will talk through the benefits of CST for babies and how it can prevent possible future ailments.

For further information please contact Debbie