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Conception ,Pregnancy and Birth

Updated: Nov 11, 2021

Planning a baby, the journey of pregnancy and finally the birth of a baby is one of the most amazing experiences a couple will go through. For some ,it may be stressful with all sorts of emotions presenting themselves adding to the already stressful situation. One of the ways of balancing our emotional health during stressful journeys is the use of craniosacral therapy.

Balancing hormonal health, releasing tension in the pelvic area and releasing fears around pregnancy will all aid in providing the optimal space for an embryo to latch on and grow. Continuing sessions during the pregnancy, will assist in providing relief of

  • nausea, fatigue, low back pain, ligament and nerve related pain

  • Improve mobility in the pregnant mother's pelvis which can promote an easier birth for mom and baby

  • Headaches and Migraines

  • Morning Sickness

  • Stress and Tension-related Problems

  • Fatigue

  • Emotional Difficulties

Babies and children respond well to Craniosacral therapy.

Traumatic births can be due to a long birthing process , assisted births ,(forceps, vacuum) and C-Sections. Helping babies bodies to rebalance after birth sets them up for good health and meeting of their developmental goals. listed below are some of the conditions where CST helps

  • Plagiocephaly (misshape of newborn's head)

  • Torticolis, helping with range of motion with neck and shoulders

  • Releasing tension strain patterns of the intracranial membranes as well as other structures in the skull

  • Asymmetry of the newborn's face and mouth

  • Latch and Feeding issues

  • Disorganized suck, swallow, and breathe patterns

  • Tongue Tie and Lip Tie

  • Digestive irritability (fussy, hard to soothe babies, gas ,colic/reflux, pain)

  • Relaxation of the newborn's central nervous system (reducing sleeplessness, screaming, body arching, improving tummy time)

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