The Gillespie Approach, otherwise known as Craniosacral Fascial Therapy (CFT) is the only therapy of its kind. This therapy combines the concepts of craniosacral therapy and myofascial therapy with the understanding that these two systems work together. The results are astounding!
Tongue tie-lip tie
Inability to latch
Asymmetrical head shape
Here are some of the most common questions we get about CFT:
Currently, we are only offering CFT for infants. Occasionally, a new mom will benefit from the work in order to improve the nursing relationship with her baby. In this case, our practitioner is happy to work on both mother and baby during these appointments.
Your baby may be extra sleepy and tired. The goal for most babies has improved feeding, digestion, and overall comfort.
This depends fully on the baby. Some babies are good to go after just one session, others need multiple. The amazing thing about CFT is that once it’s done, it’s done. The body won’t wind back up in the same area so you don’t have to come back over and over again for the same issue.
If your baby is going to be getting a tongue/lip tie revision, then we recommend at least 2 sessions before the procedure and regular–weekly or biweekly–sessions for the following 8-12 weeks post-revision. This will allow your baby to heal and adjust to new fascial patterns.
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