Congenital Muscular Torticollis Guide Helps Parents Address Flat Head Syndrome

Feb 28, 2024

If you recently had a baby born with Congenital Muscular Torticollis, don’t worry! Community Health and Education Services’ eBook has all the information you need to treat the condition.

It can be startling, worrying, and stressful to find out your baby was born with Congenital Muscular Torticollis, but by no means should it define their development! That's why Community Health and Education Services wants to help you out. Their eBook, entitled Parents' Guide to Congenital Muscular Torticollis, will help you navigate the challenges posed by infant head tilt and flat head syndrome. It was written by Dr. Phillips-Williams, an experienced healthcare professional specializing in pediatric care.

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What Is Congenital Muscular Torticollis?

Congenital Muscular Torticollis, or CMT, is a condition in which a baby is born with tightness or contracture in their sternocleidomastoid muscle, which is located in the neck. According to the National Institutes of Health, it affects around 2% of all babies born in hospitals in the United States. With proper physical therapy, the condition can go away in as little as six months, but if left untreated, it can lead to issues, such as flat head syndrome or delays in motor skill development.

Parents' Guide to Congenital Muscular Torticollis is a comprehensive and empowering guide crafted to help you face the challenges of CMT,” explained a spokesperson for Community Health and Education Services. “This transformative resource is structured into sixteen chapters, each strategically designed to provide knowledge, support, and practical strategies for the unique journey of your child.”

What's In The Book?

The sixteen chapters in the eBook cover a wide range of topics related to CMT. The first few chapters are intended to be more educational, teaching you about the causes, symptoms, and treatments of CMT. In later chapters, Dr. Phillips-Williams discusses topics such as advanced medical interventions, surgical options, and the intricate connection between CMT and Sandifer Syndrome.

The eBook delves into some of the practical aspects you will need to consider as you and your baby traverse the obstacles of CMT as well. For example, it looks at the role of orthotics and repositioning programs and assesses how beneficial they can be. Moreover, the author provides suggestions for how everyday items such as toys can be used in creative ways to help treat CMT.

In addition to providing information and practical advice, the eBook also recommends some simple exercises you can do with your baby to try and promote physical development.

From The Author

“In essence, this eBook is a roadmap, providing clarity and direction for parents navigating the intricate landscape of CMT,” said Phillips-Williams. “Whether it's understanding the condition, exploring treatment options, or implementing practical strategies, Parents' Guide to Congenital Muscular Torticollis is a valuable resource for parents seeking to empower their child's developmental journey.”

The eBook is currently available in PDF format on the Community Health and Education Services website for $20.

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