Jul 152012
 

In: Proceedings of the 134th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association. Washington, D.C.: American Public Health Association. Washington, D.C., Nov 4-7, 2007: http://apha.confex.com/apha/135am/techprogram/paper_151981.htm Authors: Spegman A, Haas M, Hewitt EG Abstract: National and international public health goals promote breastfeeding throughout the 1st year of life. The majority of mothers exclusively breastfeed after birth, […read more…]

 Breastfeeding Dysfunction, Research  Comments Off on Exploring the effectiveness of chiropractic treatments for young infants with ongoing breastfeeding difficulties
Jul 152012
 

Journal: J Clin Chiro Pediatrics. 2004;6(1):349-368. Authors: Vallone S Abstract: Objective: Breastfeeding during the first year of an infant’s life is currently supported and promoted by lactation consultant, midwives, naturopaths, chiropractors and allopathic physician. In 1997, the American Academy of Pediatric and in 1998, the World Health Organization published their position papers that advocated breastfeeding […read more…]

 Breastfeeding Dysfunction, Research  Comments Off on Chiropractic evaluation and treatment of musculoskeletal dysfunction in infants demonstrating difficulty breastfeeding
Jul 152012
 

Journal: J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2009;32(8):670-674 Authors: Miller JE, Miller L, et al Summary: Miller et al also performed a clinical case series of chiropractic care for 114 infants with hospital- or lactation consultant-diagnosed nursing dysfunction. The average age at first visit was 3 weeks.  All infants in the study showed some improvement, with 78% […read more…]