Infant colic is a defense mechanism in which there is a sudden contraction of the intestinal smooth muscle of those adjacent areas in which peristalsis fails..
Due, the infant frequently manifests this condition through sudden onset of inconsolable crying accompanied by an extensor pattern and flushing of the face. It is estimated that until 40% of all infants have colic. They usually begin between the third and sixth week of life
On Get Well Clinic we consider that the hands of our professionals are the best tool to treat the different injuries, that is why we are firmly committed to therapy, a group of specific techniques for the treatment of pain and other symptoms of neuro-musculoskeletal dysfunction that are applied manually or instrumentally.
Manual therapy aims to restore joint movement, soothe joint pain, muscular etc., and the immediate improvement of the individual's functionality.
The team , consists of several physiotherapists, specialized in various techniques and in continuous training and directed by Trinidad Sánchez Fuentes, center manager. Physiotherapy is the non-pharmacological answer to treating physical ailments, These are therapeutic treatments to help the patient regain mobility or functionality of any limb.
The Get Well Clinic, is a site with the best professionals to carry out treatments and help recovery from injuries.
Most infants with colic have common symptoms like those listed above (sudden onset of inconsolable crying, extensor pattern and redness of the face), but there are more symptoms such as: Abdominal distension (namely, inflated belly), Decreased sleep hours, Gases, Constipation, eating disorders, vomiting, Change in suction.
A Pediatrician is able to assess, diagnose and treat.
Pediatricians are primary health care professionals who provide pediatric services. Pediatricians have years of study and a deep understanding of the body and how it works.
Gentle maneuvers are performed to relax the existing tensions in the neck and pelvis to improve the nervous control of the digestive system.. In addition, these maneuvers relax the baby and help him rest better. We also perform a gentle massage around the tongue, palate and jaw. To make sure that the suction is done in the most efficient way and in the anterior part of the neck so that swallowing is easier. Finally, we will relax the entire area of the diaphragm to improve breathing., often very tense due to prolonged crying and we will make the entire digestive tract of the abdomen more flexible to improve its mobility and with it the evacuation of gases and fecal matter.