Structure and Function: A Visual Guide to Structure and Function Issues in Infants

Course Details

READ THIS FIRST: The contents in this introductory course A Visual Guide to Structure and Function Issues in Infants are included in our comprehensive course. If you have already taken our comprehensive course Structure and Function: How the Infant’s Structure Affects the Infant’s Function, you do not need to purchase this course.

This introductory course provides an overview of the causes and contributors of structural issues, how structural issues can affect infants, and how to visually assess structural issues in infants.  This course looks at reasons beyond oral issues (tongue-tie, congenital defects, etc.) that affect infant feeding and behavior. 

This course is excellent for lactation and birth professionals, postpartum doulas, IBCLCs, parents, and any practitioner who works with infants but whose scope of practice does not allow hands-on assessment.  

Course Content:

  • Overview of pregnancy and birth-related contributors to structural issues.
  • Overview of what structure and function issues cause in both the immediate sense and the long term effects of structure issues left untreated
  • Overview of facial asymmetry including the jaw (tilt, off-set, recession)
  • Overview of full-body asymmetry
  • What to do with this information

And more!  Handouts and references included!

Fee for this course is $50.00 (US) Purchase Course!

This course is approximately 2 hours of instruction. Students will have 2 weeks access to complete the course.

NOTE: The content in this course is included in our comprehensive course.

There are no
CERPs offered for this course.  A Certificate of Completion will be emailed to students who complete the course and pass the quiz.

Questions? Need more information?  Contact Us!

Important Fine Print:  

Structure and Function Education maintains the right to refuse training to anyone for any reason. If one has paid for training and is refused said training, fees will be refunded in full.

Structure and Function Education trainings are not designed to diagnose or treat structural issues in infants.

Structure and Function Education trainings do not teach therapeutic treatment techniques.

Structure and Function Education training focuses on observation and assessment of infant structure and to refer out to appropriate care providers as needed.

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