Sphenobasilar Synchondrosis Dysfunction

_Sphenobasilar Synchondrosis Dysfunction

Studies reveal that due to modern birthing practices — most babies (up to 99%) — experience dysfunction in their sphenobasilar synchondrosis. Anatomically, this is where the base of the skull meets the middle part of the skull.

This area is HUGELY IMPORTANT. It is responsible for proper respiratory function in the body.
Proper respiration is vital for breathing, pH balance in the body, detoxification, blood pressure, verbal abilities, and immune system function.

The primary respiratory mechanism in the body is the cerebral spinal fluid (found in the brain and spinal cord), which is fully functioning in utero. The secondary respiratory system is activated when we take our first breath after birth.

When there is dysfunction in the respiratory systems and corresponding cranial and spinal control centers, it creates maladaptive programming on how to deal and cope with stress.

We can help! Every baby that we have the honor to care for at our office, receives a thorough evaluation on their spine and cranium. Gentle pediatric adjustments heal and resolve stress and dysfunction from birth and beyond. We know — with absolute certainty — that each adjustment helps create a stronger & more balanced brain and body.

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