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Our pediatrics practice serves: expecting parent/s, newborns, infants, toddlers and children.                                                          

Core Synchronism treatments address: (not limited to)

  • Gastrointestinal pain, colic, acid reflux
  • Irritability
  • Spinal & cranial misalignments
  • Hydrocephalus
  • Jaundice
  • Apnea
  • Head-shaped issues
  • Teething pain
  • Lung & respiratory
  • Trouble breastfeeding
  • Failure to thrive syndrome
  • Earaches, nose, throat, hearing conditions
  • Difficulty latching, tongue ties, weak suck
  • Sensory disorders
  • Developmental delay
  • Problems stemming from birthing process
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Sepsis


For newborns, infants, children:

Initial consultation & treatment (1 hour and 15 min) . . . . . . .$205

Follow-up treatments (1 hour) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$175, sliding scale options

For during pregnancy: 

1 hour treatment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$175

2-hour treatment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$320


Konah’s Story . . .

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Konah (5 months old)


On May 5, 2015, I received a referral to work with Konah. His primary symptoms were: inability to swallow and digest milk, pureed foods, continued vomiting and painful bowel elimination. This resulted in a distended abdomen, irritability, extreme weight loss and malnutrition. He was failing to thrive.





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Konah and his mother, Iffath (the day after his 1st treatment)

On May 6th, after Konah’s first Core synchronism treatment, he had made a significant shift. (above photo). He was able to digest and eliminate food. During the course of his treatments, the major findings and corrections made were: a severe torque in his GI tract and nervous system, starting with a posterior tongue tie, that translated throughout his neck, torso, abdomen and to his rectum. When I asked Konah’s mother, Iffath, to describe Konah’s birth. Iffath began to cry (so did I), and shared, “that in utero his umbilical cord had been tightly wrapped around his neck and rib cage and was strangling him.”

From a Core synchronism perspective, this is considered severe intrauterine trauma. Konah’s wrapped umbilical cord influenced the growth of his physical structures, such as ribs, lungs, and bowels in utero. Hence, creating a torque or twist that impeded the ability of his GI tract, to move, absorb and eliminate food.

In Core synchronism, we understand the energetic system, comprised of the Core current (the vital life force), caduceus, chakras, long currents (energetic pathways), precede and govern all physical structures, such as organs, cerebral spinal fluid, bones, brain, nerves, muscle and fascia. Therefore, the misalignments in his GI tract were also found and corrected in the energetics. Such thorough corrections allowed for this traumatic patterning to be released, realigned and for a more vital and neutral relationship to be established within every aspect of his body. This relationship allowed for some of the deepest level of healing to occur.

Along with Core treatments, Konah’s parents did take him for a hospital visit. His mother, Iffath, mentioned that the visit may have been avoided had we started working together sooner. It’s a perfect example of how allopathic medicine and Core Synchronism therapy can compliment each other.


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Konah (7 months later)


Throughout the next 6 months of treatment, Iffath persistently tried several approaches, in conjunction with the Core treatments, homeopathic remedies and reformulation of his homemade milk. These included visits to their Naturopath and remote work. Konah continued to steadily improve. Today, look at this sweet, precious child!