Colic symptoms can also be a result of cranial compression. These include gas, fussiness, general stomach discomfort, inconsolable crying, crying for extended periods of time, baby scrunching their legs toward their chest to relieve pressure in the abdominal area, etc. In the case of colic, I often do more general cranial work along with releasing any pressure in the diaphragm area. The same goes for what is being termed “reflux”, or too much spitting up. I advise parents, before putting their baby on a prescription for a diagnosed reflux, to try cranial work. It can be very effective in many cases.