CST plays an important role in pre and post revision of lip and tongue ties. Craniosacral Therapy (CST) can help pre-crawlers balance tissues in the face, mouth, neck, and spinal cord by helping regulate the brain and spinal cord before and after a tongue tie revision.
Whether breast or bottle-fed, babies’ oral structures are important. Having lip and tongue ties can impact not just infancy, but can cause lifelong issues, such as, but not limited too:
CST can also be beneficial for babies who do not open their mouth up enough to properly suck during feeding, regardless if they are bottle or breastfed. CST is highly advised if:
“Craniosacral therapy eases the tightness in the baby’s mouth, head, and neck, leading to breastfeeding success. Birth also affects the alignment of the baby’s head and body. CST aligns the body structurally and gets all the systems working properly — eating, pooping, sleeping,” says CST therapist, Barbara Coon, LMT.
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