Possible Signs of Colic and/or Reflux: Arch back to escape pain, inconsolable crying, frequent spitting up, sleep disturbance, poor weight gain, more crying at night compared to day-time.
Normal Weight Gain: 6-8 ounces/week or 2 lbs/month for the 1st 3 months
Colic has been defined as excessive, inconsolable crying of the infant, and research has shown that 10-20% of all infants under the age of 4 months suffer from infantile colic. Episodes of colic can happen anytime day or night, but will usually begin to follow a pattern.
Dr. Ryan Sandheinrich, D.C., Dr. Jeanne Sandheinrich, D.C., and Dr. Jana Flora believe that the body has an innate ability to heal itself. The foundational Philosophy of Chiropractic is, “The power that made the body, heals the body.” Come see how Chiropractic treatments can allow the nervous system to work optimally and help heal the body naturally.