Pregnancy and labour can really take its toll on your body. Your posture has had to gradually adapt for several months to your growing uterus, and then suddenly, it must be readapt when your baby is born. It’s little wonder that new mums often complain of back, neck, shoulder or pelvic pain!
Using a sling or a baby-carrier can take a lot of pressure off a parent of a reflux baby.
Our Top Ten Tips for your Reflux Baby!
You wouldn’t expect a newborn baby to have muscular tension, would you?
But newborn babies can experience tension too and very often this can be because of labour or delivery.
. We want to find a solution for every baby we see at our clinic and over the years we have studied the most common conditions we see in babies in detail, looking for causes, optimum treatment options, new research, and practical solutions. We have combined all this information in these courses so that we can help as many babies (and parents!) as possible.
As a new mum you have responsibility for the welfare of your new baby but who looks after you? You have made plans and talked about your pregnancy and the birth, but what about when you get home with baby?
Having a baby a little earlier than expected can be stressful, particularly if they need a care in an Neonatal Unit.
Colic is often diagnosed when a baby is unsettled. But understanding what colic is and how you can help your baby is important.
Reflux babies do not like lying flat and they very often do not like tummy time at all. But tummy time is as important for these babies as it is for all babies. So how do you manage it?
Our course, Baby Reflux – A New Approach, will give you the benefit of all our years of experience treating babies with this condition and many of the associated conditions. We want to find a solution for every baby we see at our clinic and over the years we have studied this condition in detail, looking for causes, optimum treatment options, new research, and practical solutions. We have combined all this information in this course so that we can help as many babies (and parents!) as possible.