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How We Help

Why is your baby uncomfortable?

Gas and winds are the main cause of discomfort in the newborn baby.

 

In the early stages, they may simply be fussy. But this can progress to colic and reflux, especially if you only treat symptoms with medicines.

There are, of course, other causes related to feeding, sleeping, muscle spasms, alignment, etc. 

1. Online Consultation

Book an online consultation with the Colic Guru, Dr. Greg Lacock, and get expert advice on your baby's particular symptoms. 

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Babies can become distressed for numerous reasons; many of which have nothing to do with gastrointestinal discomfort

Your 30 minute consultation includes:

  • History and current symptoms 

  • Is it colic? What type – stomach, intestinal or something else? 

  • Associated conditions – what else could be going on? 

  • Silent reflux and reflux – what to do? 

  • Includes access to our Masterclass – videos that show you how to release trapped gas and winds. 

Discuss your baby's symptoms with a specialist who has personally treated over 5000 babies and helped many  more online.

2. Master Class

If you are certain that gas and wind are causing all the symptoms, you may want to skip the consultation and simply do my Master Class. Here I teach you the best ways to help gas escape from the top or bottom.  I teach two routines to help this happen:

A burping routine for hard to burp babies:

Any mom can tell you that a baby that doesn't burp well is a fussy baby. The longer this goes on, the more colicky they become. Standard burping techniques work for most babies, but not all. For these babies, we need to be more creative and do a variety of different techniques and we need to be a lot more active in doing them. 

  • A unique routine of various positions

  • Takes less than ten minutes

  • Do after each feed (and number 5 just before you feed)

  • By day 3-4 burps will start to come up regularly (if not before)

  • Gentle, safe and easy to learn

Deep intestinal massage techniques to help gas escape out the bottom end:

This routine of six deep abdominal massage techniques' targets the most common areas where pockets of gas get trapped - the cause of all that moaning, groaning, straining and cramping! 

  • Six deep massage and agitation type exercises

  • Stimulate the ileo-caecal valve, colon, diaphragm and small intestine

  • Gentle, safe and easy to learn

  • Gets gas to escape out the bottom end!

Subscribe to the MASTER CLASS video series, featuring colic relief techniques demonstrated by the Colic Guru

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How It Works

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Online Consultation

  • Select a time slot

  • Add your details

  • Confirm and pay

  • Consult via Zoom

  • Immediate access to Masterclass section

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Colic Guru Master Class

  • Simply Subscribe and make payment

  • Immediate access to Masterclass section

  • Listen to instructions and watch easy to follow demonstrations

  • Perfect for the first time parent

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