When babies are brought to the treatment space, it is often because of a traumatic birth experience.
Regardless of how ideal the birth is, it can still be traumatic for the little one.
For example, when a caesarean is required it is very hard on both the baby and the mother. Caesareans tend to be a last resort on a birth plan and are usually an emergency situation, so the level of trauma increases. When a baby is born through a caesarean, the air pressure is dramatically changed for the baby. This causes the skull bones to compress very quickly, often causing tension and pain in their tiny heads.
"My twin boys see Sherry regularly, diagnosed with Dyspraxia, Dyslexia and ADD... Hyper little beings who LOVE their 1/2 hour sessions. I've notice significant changes in their behavior and their love for one another... It's as if they have stopped fighting for space in the womb... I give Sherry full credit."
- Sandy, Chelsea, QC