I would love to have all pediatricians involved with this work to greatly expand their capabilities to help children.
Her savvy mom noticed that when she was on her tummy, she was uncomfortable and not able to move her neck from side to side. Strangely, she could move her neck fine otherwise.
Sure enough, when mom held her diaphragmatic area and I held her neck, a deep connecting strain pattern presented where she was not happy. We revisited it a few times before it cleared, and her happiness returned.
I would bet the farm that no pediatrician on the planet would have made this discovery. But I believe that if they looked at the infant fascial web, they would be able to routinely handle problems like this one.
All of my discoveries are available on the Internet for free to anyone. If you are a pediatrician, Kim and Holly would love to teach you to get in the game.
On a related point, for years some observant mothers have told me that their doctors sometimes blow them off when asking too many questions. The medical world cannot relate to their observations via their drug-surgery-technology platform. They become the “problem” moms in their pediatric practices.
I have discovered that if a mom tells me something, it is almost certainly true, and I need to listen closely to connect some dots. No one knows their child better than a mother.