Head Tilt & Wry Neck Treatments For Infants: New E-Book Helps Worried Parents

Mar 6, 2024

If your infant has a head tilt and wry neck, Community Health and Education Services and Dr. Phillips-Williams’ new e-book will show you how to support them and get them the treatment they need.

Community Health and Education Services and Dr. Phillips-Williams are here to support you if your child has congenital muscular torticollis or a pronounced head tilt.

If you’re looking for answers about this condition, you’ll find them at http://infanttorticollis.info

Parents' Guide To Congenital Muscular Torticollis

Dr. Phillips-Williams’ new e-book, which is titled ‘Parents' Guide to Congenital Muscular Torticollis,’ has been written to help you if your infant child has been diagnosed with this condition, or if you have an infant that has a noticeable neck tilt, and you want more information about the condition and how to support your child.

Understanding This Congenital Condition

The boutique publishing team at Community Health and Education Services has released this important e-book as, despite its prevalence as one of the most common birth defects, the cause of congenital muscular torticollis is still being researched. 

Moreover, as a recent study by the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia confirmed, although congenital muscular torticollis—which occurs when a baby is born with a tightness or contracture in the sternocleidomastoid muscle of their neck—is treatable for 98% of infants, if left untreated it can lead to permanent damage to motor skills and permanent asymmetry of the face and neck. 

Support Your Infant & Help Them Throughout Their Treatment

With her new book, experienced pediatrician Dr. Phillips-Williams is helping you get all the information you need about the condition, how it presents and how it can be treated. 

A spokesperson for the publishers said, “This transformative resource is structured into sixteen chapters, each strategically designed to provide knowledge, support, and practical strategies for the unique journey of each child.” 

The Information You Need

As both a parent and a pediatrician, Dr. Phillips-Williams knows that one of the scariest things for you as a parent is likely the not knowing and the fear of doing something wrong, two major concerns she is confident her clearly written, detailed and encouraging book can allay.

The spokesperson for Community Health and Education Services added, “Driven by compassion, fueled by knowledge, and dedicated to the well-being of every child, Dr. Phillips-Williams invites you to join her in transforming the lives of infants affected by this condition by offering a variety of solutions to meet their needs.” 

‘Parents' Guide to Congenital Muscular Torticollis’ is recommended reading for you if you have or know an infant with the condition. You can now download it on the Community Health and Education Services webpage.

Whether your baby has just received this diagnosis or whether you suspect something may be wrong, you can get all the information you need about torticollis at http://infanttorticollis.info.

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