How Can I Help my Baby?
Having a child is a busy, challenging and at times exhausting experience. Your child displays discomfort but how do you know when to seek help and who to seek it from?
Lactation Consultant IBCLC
Having issues with your latch (pain, blistering, flattened nipples, vasospasm)
Concerns with under/over production of milk
difficulties with weight gain
suspected tethered oral tissues (TOTs)
Never breast feed before? Just because it’s natural, doesn’t mean it comes naturally. Get the right information from the beginning and visit a IBCLC
Manual Osteopath DOMP
feeding issues that appear to be caused by structural changes:
tethered oral tissues (TOTs)
gas and reflux symptoms or constipation (digestion issues)
difficult labour and delivery
not meeting milestones (tummy time, crawling, walking)
or for anything that makes your mothers intuition feel off.
Often mothers see things that others don’t. Trust your mothers instinct.
difficult births (use of interventions like vacuum or foreceps)
tissue tensions (eg. baby that doesn’t want to be put down)
torticollis and alignment concerns
jaw tension linked to feeding issues
Teaching our children about therapeutic touch and how important it is to take care of our bodies starting at an early age.
Disclaimer - Everything shared is for informative purposes only. It is not intended for assessment, diagnosis or treatment purposes. If you feel there needs to be further investigation, please seek out a qualified health care professional for a proper assessment.