Definition of Kiss-syndrome

Today there are 2 common definitions for Kiss syndrome. Namely: ‘kopfgelenkinduzierte symmetry disturbances’. Furthermore, the abbreviation Kiss can also stand for: ‘Kinematic imbalance due to suboccipital strain’. It is important to know that it is a collective name for complaints and not a disease. Below you can read what possible symptoms are.

Possible symptoms of KISS

-Crooked position of the head
-Difficulty keeping the head straight
-One-sided posture of head or torso
-Asymmetrical movements of the extremities
-Moaning in a high voice in sleep
-Cranial asymmetry, in the face and/or back of the head
-Excessive crying
-Bad sleeping

The osteopath helps to relax the neck

If you recognize the above problems in your child. Then contact an osteopath. Osteopathic treatment will certainly be able to reduce the above symptoms. By reducing the tension in the upper neck muscles, the child’s posture, motor skills and functioning will greatly improve. The osteopath uses gentle manual techniques for this. The child often experiences this as pleasant and relaxed. A few treatments are often enough to solve the above problems. The tension in the neck often also causes reflux, intestinal colic and excessive crying in the newborn.

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