For the newer readers, the following is an updated version of the “Introduction” from my out-of-print 2010 book, The Brain Score Approach. I have since created a compendium of 429 plus all future Facebook posts, all available on the News section of the Gillespie Approach homepage.
Since everyone spends time in a uterus and is born, we cast a global footprint. With the grateful help of Google Translate, this information is now available at no cost to anyone in the world with a computer/Internet. Our goal is for this work to be the global standard of care. I am blessed.
Medical professionals agree that “fussy” babies are still “healthy” babies. Since the beginning of time, everyone on the planet has accepted as fact that nursing difficulties, reflux, indigestion, gas, colic, constipation, sleep issues, and infant distress are inevitable consequences of the human condition. People also recognize that some babies grow up with neurological developmental delays, and many later develop common childhood/adult diseases such as earaches, asthma, and headaches. That is just the way life is.
But what if most newborns are tight due to in utero, labor, and delivery physical and/or emotional traumas?
What if a specific score can help identify their impaired neurophysiology at birth?
What if a specific therapy can help loosen their tiny bodies to restore optimal function and possibly avoid a lifetime of suffering?
Then, imagine a world where medical professionals would acknowledge “healthy and happy babies” as the standard of care for infants.
Babies would relax, be content, and sleep peacefully.
Irritating “food tube” issues such as feeding difficulties, reflux, indigestion, gas, colic, and constipation would be rare.
Babies would have their best opportunity to thrive and reach their optimal cognitive potential to think, understand, reason, learn, perceive, remember, and focus/concentrate as children and adults.
Many childhood conditions such as earaches, asthma, and headaches would be rare.
Children would have the opportunity to grow up to be the very best they could be.
Now is the time for this world to become a global reality.