. 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.
What is tongue tie and how to know if your baby has one.
This article explains why ear infections are so common in your children. We look at the signs and symptoms of an ear infection and the different types of ear infections.
Colic, a term that is still used to describe an unsettled baby. But what if there is something causing your baby’s upset? And what if there’s something you can do about it?
According to most health professionals, about 20% of babies develop colic. There is a generally accepted rule of three – if your baby cries inconsolably for more than three hours a day, more than three days per week and is aged between three weeks and three months, he may be diagnosed with colic. A classicContinue reading “Colic Symptoms and Gut Health”
We see babies with tongue tie presenting at our clinic most weeks. In most cases the parents may not even realise there is a tongue tie. They will bring their baby along because of reflux symptoms or other digestive issues. Once the tongue tie is pointed out to them, and the signs and symptoms areContinue reading “Tongue Tie – Luke’s Story.”
Frank Kelleher is a Paediatric Osteopath who has specialised in treating digestive and respiratory conditions in babies and children for the last 16 years. Soon after he graduated as an Osteopath in 1997 he realised that he wanted to work with babies and children. He has done over 400 hours post graduate training andContinue reading “Frank Kelleher Cranial Osteopath.”