An infant is held by a therapist, with her head being held up by another, during a therapy session.

This program serves newborns and young infants with feeding issues due to tethered oral tissues (tongue and lip ties). In a co-treatment model, infants under 6 months of age are seen by a speech language pathologist and a physical therapist to address breast and or bottle feeding concerns while also treating issues of body alignment. The treatment process typically averages 4-8 treatment sessions. Some babies may require additional physical therapy to address ongoing atypical movement patterns.