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By Nicette Sergueef

This can be a functional 'how to' instruction manual for osteopathic scholars and practitioners. The procedure relies upon cranial osteopathic rules and offers the appliance of oblique, practical osteopathic manipulative equipment for treating babies and kids. basic information regarding the analysis of somatic disorder and alertness of remedy is gifted in a transparent, user-friendly type and illustrated through large line drawings and images.
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At this time the forces applied to the forehead and the facial skeleton are directed inferiorly, toward the fetal chin, and may result in vertical strain of the SBS or other dysfunctional patterns involving the frontal bone and/or the facial bones. The areas of the frontoethmoidal and frontonasal sutures, as well as the maxillae, are particularly THE BIRTH PROCESS AND THE NEWBORN vulnerable. Once again, these motions, as they occur during the delivery process, and, consequently, any resultant dysfunction, are never perfectly symmetrical.

11. Sagittal section of the oral and pharyngeal regions in the infant. Reproduced with permission from Bosma J. Oral and pharyngeal development and function. J Dent Res 1963;2:375–80. 12. Sagittal section of the oral and pharyngeal regions in the adult: lateral view. 34 CRANIAL OSTEOPATHY FOR INFANTS, CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS a b As the child acquires bipedal posture, several cranial characteristics associated with hominization usually appear. While the cranial base undergoes flexion, the cranial vault increases its volume, the frontal and parietal eminences become more prominent and the biparietal diameter increases.

Asynclitism further increases the pressure of the infant’s head against the pelvic bones. If the right side of the infant’s occipital bone is in contact with the maternal pubic symphysis while the left frontal bone is against the sacrum, it will result in occipital flattening on the right and frontal flattening on the left. The reverse – occipital flattening on the left and frontal flattening on the right – would follow the LOP position. At the end of the descent, the head contacts the pelvic floor and turns in such a way as to position the occiput under the pubic symphysis.

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