Often breastfeeding is impacted by restrictions in the infant of the diaphragm, tongue, palate, and more. Their restrictions are gently addressed in a non-invasive manner through OMT.
As with adults, many things influence gut motility, not least of which are neurolymphatic reflexes known as Chapman’s reflexes. Addressing these and other restrictions helps stools move regularly.
Torticollis is largely the result of fascial restrictions that can be addressed with OMT.
Addressing fascial and visceral bodily restrictions that may result in discomfort can help colic.
As with adults, acid reflux symptoms can improve by addressing the esophageal sphincter, diaphragm, stomach, and esophagus.
ADD is a multifactorial condition and is best addressed through a multimodal approach. A critical aspect of this approach is psychological therapy, such as ISTDP, which I combine with OMT.
The spasticity of cerebral palsy can seriously detract from quality of life. OMT can ease the severity of spasticity in cerebral palsy.