Many parents are struggling to cope with babies that are fussy and uncomfortable due to digestive health concerns. This module explores digestive system development, as well as gut healing and coping strategies for infants struggling with colic, reflux, food allergies, oral restrictions impacting proper swallowing, and beyond. Having a foundational understanding of infant gut health and care strategies can be useful tools for any practitioner working with infants and their families.
In Common Infant Digestive Concerns: Care Strategies for the Allied Health Professional, we will critically examine what's normal, and what isn’t normal, when it comes to stooling, spit-up, reflux, colic/fussiness, food sensitivities, and more.
In this module you will learn how to:
Understand the physiological process of how allergens can pass from parent to baby
Identify the differences between sensitivities and allergies
Understand the development and importance of the neonatal enteric nervous system
Identify care plan ideas for infants coping with digestive issues
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Melissa, I really enjoyed this presentation. You do such a great job of simplifying the complex! I will definitely use a lot of this information with my patients. You have a nice way of putting words to these issues that make so much sense. You are such a great speaker!
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