Has anyone heard of Itercranial pressure Imbalance? It's where the cranial bones have formed a bit off after birth, or some sort of trauma even from every day stuff. Bike accident, wrestling, slip and falls, etc...
Is your child's eyes dialated alot of the time? Is it hard for them to focus yet you know they're a bright child w/so much potential? Do they have a hard time following simple directions? Love in depth science and math, but can't stand repititious things like phonics and handwriting?
We had a MT but on the homeopathic type side work on my son. He had so much pressure built up, he was in constant fight or flight mode. He was absorbing so much around him at once, his brain was on hyper drive. He has been so different since she worked on him. Shifted things gently, and realligned his spine. Fluid is flowing to brain properly. Handwriting is completely different, can take directions, eyes
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Thanx so much for the info. That's something i should keep in mind w/my son that was diagnosed as having ADHD when he was five.
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