Sep. 28, 2020


Pam Muñoz Ryan: Award-winning author pens stories of hope and resilience

Fifth in a series: A project marking the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment


There are major changes for San Diego voters before Election Day, and it’s unclear what races will be called by the end of the night

‘It’s been a whirlwind since then. We’ve dealt with so many trials and tribulations,’ Tony Abuka said of his brother’s death in El Cajon four years ago, which sparked protests against police-involved shootings

One arrestee released when victim couldn’t ID him as man who robbed him of his phone; 2 others accused of interfering in the arrest

Rear Adm. Collin Green tried to root out misconduct among the elite Navy SEALs and became the target of conspiracy allegations in Gallagher case

Federal agencies warn public to be on guard for efforts to spread misinformation about election results. They weren’t talking about Trump, but could have been.

On-again, off-again reopenings are taking a huge toll on restaurants, bars and gyms, whose owners say they are lucky to break even as they navigate changing rules for indoor operations

Demographic shifts, social-justice activism suggested time was ripe for return to race-based considerations. Recent polls raise questions.

St. Peter Chaldean Catholic Diocese and Our Mother of Perpetual Help Catholic Church reported the vandalism Saturday morning

The former vice president and presidential candidate addressed the Latino-themed L’Attitude event

When Escondido voters go to the polls Nov. 3, they’ll determine the philosophical and policy direction of the City Council for at least the next two years, as three of the five seats on the panel will be up for grabs.

President Donald Trump’s remarks in Ohio this week reverberated to Florida, where senior citizens parsed his assessment of the pandemic

President Donald Trump is trying to chip away at his Democratic rival’s advantage with black and Hispanic voters during a two-day campaign swing


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Who gets asylum? A decade of immigration court data reveals a capricious asylum system that has fallen short of its promise of safety for 40 years

An asylum seeker’s chances at protection hinge on numerous factors that often seem arbitrary — from location to nationality to individual judge assigned — according to a Union-Tribune analysis of immigration court records

Researchers found that more than 1 million records of U.S. immigration cases were missing from recently released government databases

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Padres on deck: Angels closing out Petco’s regular season

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Bills introduced by Democrats Mike Levin and Scott Peters address COVID-19 housing relief, mental health for veterans

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Blaze is reported to be burning within containment lines and not threatening structures


Choose Craniosacral Therapy for Your Child’s Tongue Tie or Lip Tie

If your child is presenting with tongue tie or lip tie, a serious condition affecting 25% of babies with breastfeeding issues, you’re going to need a doctor who has the knowledge and experience to deal with this condition. Dr. Alex Kaminsky of CranioSacral Therapy NY specializes in treating these conditions with a non-invasive, gentle, hands-on therapy that releases tissues naturally. While surgery is an option, it’s often very difficult to perform given the small size of the affected area. And, in some cases, removed tissues will regrow causing the same problem. Visit if you’re interested in learning more about this condition and how Dr. Kaminsky can help you. 


NEW YORK, N.Y. — September 14, 2020 — CranioSacral Therapy NY specializes in tongue tie treatment for infants and children.

Tongue tie or lip tie is a serious condition affecting nearly 25% of babies with issues breastfeeding, whether diagnosed with one or both issues.

A baby born with a tongue tie has a shorter, thicker, or tighter band of tissue connecting the bottom of the tongue to the floor of the mouth. A lip tie is when the piece of tissue behind your upper lip is too thick or short, preventing it from moving freely.

“These conditions can make it difficult for a baby to breastfeed and it has the potential of causing pain, soreness, or cracking in the mother,” said Dr. Alex Kaminsky, a chiropractor in CranioSacral Therapy in NY. “Once detected, Posterior Tongue Tie or Posterior Lip Tie needs to be corrected or the child could develop several health issues, such as headaches, scoliosis, torticollis, developmental delays, speech impairment, and more.”

Patients diagnosed with PTT or PLT can receive hands-on therapy for the condition from Dr. Kaminsky. Non-invasive, myofascial therapies help relax the tension surrounding the tongue, mouth, and lips. The result is improved mobility and function.

Tongue tie revision surgery is also available for severe cases that can’t be corrected with therapy. Due to the precision needed for a 1 mm incision, the surgery can be risky. And in many cases, the tissue will regrow and reconnect. This is the same tissue that was snipped or lasered during the surgery.

“We recommend that it’s always better to release the tissues naturally with craniosacral therapy from an experienced practitioner,” said Dr. Kaminsky.

If you’re interested in learning more about craniosacral therapy or alternative treatments for children? Read through some of the tongue tie specialist blog NYC. It offers additional information on PTT and PLT, and how craniosacral therapy can help your child pre and post-surgery.

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ABOUT CRANIOSACRAL THERAPY NY: CranioSacral Therapy NY (CST) is a results-oriented, hands-on system of healthcare that has become very valuable in recent years. Physical Therapists, Chiropractors, and most other medically licensed providers can study, take continuing education seminars, and offer CST to their patients.

For a provider to become proficient in this healing art takes practice and patience, then more practice and more patience and perseverance. Being able to detect and feel the craniosacral system, being able to positively influence and affect this system every session, takes the average practitioner several years of consistent practice to master. Dr. Kaminsky has the experience necessary.

Contact Info:

Alex Kaminsky
Craniosacral Therapy NY
22 East 41st Street
New York, NY 10017
(212) 328-1180

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