If your child had a recent school report that stated his/her focus and concentration were lacking then maybe now is the time to do a little work to prepare for the next school year. Getting distracted is normal for young children. Most children have times when they are restless and forgetful. In general the causes … Continue reading Concentration and Focus in School-going Children.
What is Colic? According to the Rotunda Hospital in Dublin 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 will be … Continue reading What is Colic?
In my experience, the majority of mothers hear about Cranial Osteopathy from their friends or family. And I am sure it’s one of the best pieces of advice any mum can get, particularly if a baby is irritable and fractious or is not feeding very well. Below are a few mother’s experiences of Cranial … Continue reading Mums have their say on Cranial Osteopathy…..
The ear is made up of three distinct parts; the outer ear, the middle ear and the inner ear which is deep within the temporal bone. Ear infections are the most common illness to affect pre-school children with up to 90% of children experiencing one before their 3rd birthday. When an ear infection occurs it … Continue reading Recurrent Ear Infections and Glue Ear in Children