A birth is not only stressfull for the mother but also for the newborn. During the birth process, considerable mechanical forces act on the baby, especially if it is an assisted birth.
Many newborns suffer blockages in the cervical vertebrae or cranial area, eventually affecting the nervous system. This often results in restricted mobility of the head, which can lead to deformities, breastfeeding problems or KISS syndrome (Kinematic Imbalance due to Suboccipital Strain), for example. So-called crying children also often have a dysfunction of the musculoskeletal system.
The treatment of a Chiropractor is very gentle. The pressure exerted on muscles and joints never exceeds the pressure one would tolerate on one’s own eyeball.