Congenital Muscular Torticollis: Wry Neck Exercises E-Book Helps Parents

Mar 23, 2024

Community Health and Education Services and Dr. Phillips-Williams are proud to be bringing you Parent’s Guide to Congenital Muscular Torticollis. This incredible new e-book will ensure you can support your child and increase their chance of making a full recovery.

If your infant has just been diagnosed with congenital muscular torticollis (CMT), don’t despair. There is so much you can do to help them make a full recovery and Dr. Phillips-Williams is here to show you how in her new book.

See how you can give your child all the help they need at 

Introducing Parent’s Guide to Congenital Muscular Torticollis

Community Health and Education Services, LLC is pleased to be making this comprehensive and informative book available to you. If your child has been born with CMT, which is also commonly referred to as a head tilt or wry neck, this book has the answers to all your questions.

This common condition, which—according to the National Institutes of Health—affects up to 16% of newborns, is generally treatable. However, it does present challenges for both you and your child alike, which is why Dr. Phillips-Williams has authored her new book. 

How You Can Help Your Child Recover

As Dr. Phillips-Williams explains in the new book, it is imperative that your infant receives the right treatment and intervention. If left untreated, congenital muscular torticollis can lead to developmental delays, such as plagiocephaly, or flat head syndrome, and delayed motor skills acquisition. It can also lead to lifelong postural issues. 

Taking Away The Anxiety Of A CMT Diagnosis

As a pediatric doctor with decades of experience, Dr. Phillips-Williams has seen firsthand just how challenging the newborn and infant period is for parents and how many new parents feel lost and alone when it comes to best caring for their child. 

As such, she hopes his new book can be a supplement for you if you are looking for additional support, practical care strategies, and developmentally appropriate exercises, as well as for the immense relief and reassurance that comes from knowing you are doing all the right things. 

The boutique publishers said of the new book, “Parent’s Guide to Congenital Muscular Torticollis is a comprehensive and empowering guide crafted for parents facing the challenges of congenital muscular torticollis. This transformative resource is designed to provide knowledge, support, and practical strategies for the unique journey of each child.” 

They added, “Practical aspects, such as the role of orthotics, comprehensive repositioning programs, and tailored care plans, provide parents with tangible tools to navigate their child’s CMT journey effectively. The inclusion of torticollis exercises further enhances the practicality of the guide, offering hands-on solutions to promote physical development.” 

Clear, Comprehensive & Actionable Advice

The book contains sixteen structured chapters and has been written in clear, everyday language that is appropriate for all parents. 

Community Health and Education Services, LLC is proud to be publishing Dr. Phillips-Williams’ work, and they are confident it will help your child to make a swift recovery and go on to meet all their developmental milestones. 

Buy your copy of this important and highly informative e-book at

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