Cranial Nerve Dysfunction CND is NOT a diagnosis. It is a functional description used to denote dysfunction, dysregulation
or disruption of one or more cranial nerves in the precrawling period.
The term was coined by Michelle
around 2013 in order to help parents understand the parallel symptoms they were seeing with "tongue tie" such as
torticollis, head flattening, reflux, fussiness, tension, noisy breathing, poor nursing skills, etc. It is now used
widely by professionals seeking to use a unified language to describe the difficulties often seen in the precrawling baby
period. Michelle teaches a 3 day class for professionals, please contact her for more information.