Baby Day Post. About one half of the babies arch during some point in CFT. When that major strain pattern is finally relieved, we often see “segmented” arching in the head and neck, between the shoulder blades, and the low back and sacrum. When reflux is present, the soft palate and neck connection usually prevails. Sometimes we see the baby go from arching (extension) directly to fetal position (flexion). Every newborn has his or her unique onion of strain. The ultimate goal is to have multiple hands connecting the dots and feeling no strain in the body. Paradise found…..
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