CST for Infants and Children

madsmallThe gentleness and non-invasive approach of CST make it an appropriate therapy for all ages and many conditions. It is particularly beneficial to babies and children for whom the calm, secure approach of CST enables them to relax within the therapy and become involved with their own recovery. CST is a respectful of their physiology, and it is often the case that over time the requirement for chemical interventions subsides along with problematic side effects associated with them.

Bheema1Health conditions for which CST has shown to be effective include allergies, auditory difficulties such as middle ear problems, autism, behavioural problems, brain and spinal cord injuries, central nervous system disorders, cerebral palsy, developmental problems, delayed recovery from medical intervention, emotional difficulties, tantrums, injuries and post-operative problems, learning disabilities, such as ADD and dyslexia, motor co-ordination difficulties, respiratory problems such as asthma and bronchitis, and vision disturbances.

In babies, it may be used for neo-natal care for example, birth trauma, and behavioural distortions generated by chronic stress and shock. In our high caesarian rate, CST has been found to be supportive in relieving colic symptoms, latching (breast feeding) and sleep pattern regulation. Many mothers have found CST to be an incredible support system with their babies and children.

Dr. Al Pelowski (BA MA MSc ND RCST), explains about using CST with Babies and Children: