If you are interested in taking the infant seminar, the sky is the limit.
When the infant research started in 2006, the bar was significantly raised. As the techniques improved, I discovered that the work’s effectiveness extended to more serious health issues like clubfoot and stridor.
Since I was unfamiliar with of some of these conditions, I had to educate myself through Internet sources. In essence, I was creating a whole new subspecialty of pediatrics that dealt with patients with soft tissue birth trauma, fascial web strains, and resulting conditions.
As the work advanced and became more well-known through the Internet, desperate mothers contacted me about serious infant conditions like craniostenosis, chiari malformation, and hydrocephalus. I had entered a world of trying to save babies from neurosurgery. In the 1970s I thought I could possibly help move the pediatric needle in my career, but I honestly never saw the newborn work coming.
Today, the journey continues with happiness and joy. Someday, I see newborn specialists working as part of the neonatology team in every hospital. Likewise, I see infant specialists working in pediatric offices.
The purpose of the newborn Gillespie Approach is to mitigate the effects of trauma at the beginning of life to create a happier and more peaceful planet. If you want to be a part of something great, join us in this work.
Can a small group of therapists make a difference on the planet? ABSOLUTELY. It is happening now at CraniosacralFascialTherapy.com. Let the experts, Kim Sherlock and Holly Steflik, teach you how to get into the baby game.
If you are interested in seeing the breadth of the newborn and infant work, please click here.