PEDIATRIC OSTEOPATHY, PREGNANCY
When the hormonal assessment shows no abnormality and the patient is unable to become pregnant, an osteopathic consultation allows a review of the mechanical system, digestive system, and the pelvic. In many cases, patients have muscular and ligament pains in the small pelvis that have a direct responsibility in their inability to get pregnant.
To cure these disorders, acupuncture combined with osteopathy prove to be formidable tools to rebalance the pelvis, and thus allow the patient to find a harmony.
Thanks to this, we can see the regulation of their cycle and the end of the infertility problem.
Finally, ligament tests also sometimes reveal that patients have pelvic pain during intercourse. It is a sign of an imbalance of the musculo-ligamentous sphere that can be treated definitively in a few sessions.
Pre and postnatal care
Dr. Bonnet is a specialist in disorders that can be encountered by pregnant women, babies, and children. He also assists women in the management of fertility disorders. He collaborates with gynecologists and psychiatrists when necessary to ensure the overall care of the patient.
Alexandre Bonnet has been performing perinatal consultations for more than 10 years. He also supports children with various mechanical symptoms such as reflux, colic, constipation, spasmodic colic, and sleep disorders.
Follow-up of the child from birth to adulthood
Management is recommended after one week of life if the delivery was successful. Otherwise, a consultation right out of the maternity ward is recommended.
During the delivery, the mother will apply a lot of her diaphragm to promote the push. It is very common for the young mother to have lower back and back pain following childbirth. The coccyx is very busy because the baby will press on the inner part of the sacrum and on the coccyx.
These pains should be managed as soon as possible.
Regarding the baby, spatulas, spoons, and forceps are all strength that will be exercised on the skull and cervical newborn. A soft tissue approach is recommended as soon as possible. The first signs of delicate sucking, reflux, and digestive pain are the first symptoms that can quickly be relieved in osteopathy.
In addition, the main digestive disorders can also be relieved with osteopathy. During the child's evolution, an osteopathic follow-up is recommended in order to relieve the child of the tensions linked to their motor development.
At 3 months, a child holds their head, at 6 months they sit, at 9 months they begin to crawl on their legs, and at 12 months they are standing. These are key moments in the psychomotor development of the child that lead to new mechanical constraints.
Osteopaths intervene to balance and harmonize all these tensions. Walking is a fundamental step for a child during which many forces and mechanical stresses are exerted on the child's pelvis. Thus, it is very common to see a mechanical blockage of the pelvis when the child has a delay in walking. This can be relieved in a few sessions.