Parent Guide To Congenital Muscular Torticollis Explains Symptoms & Treatments!

Apr 6, 2024

Worried about how CMT might affect your baby? Community Health and Education Services offers you a supportive guide to understanding signs, symptoms, and treatment options for congenital muscular torticollis.

If your baby has been given a recent diagnosis of CMT, it's normal to feel stressed and worried! To support you and your little one as you navigate this unfamiliar territory, Community Health and Education Services has compiled a handy parent's guide.

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The guide has been written by Dr. Phillips-Williams, a seasoned healthcare professional, and is designed to be a resource for yourself and other concerned parents of infants with CMT.

With the recognition that a diagnosis of CMT may cause confusion and anxiety for families, the Parent’s Guide to Congenital Muscular Torticollis provides you with straightforward facts and information about practical steps you can take.

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According to a study published in the European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, early diagnosis and treatment for infants with CMT is crucial for avoiding further health complications later. Dr. Phillips-Williams presents you with the tools you need to get professional support and make the right choice for your child.

“If left untreated, CMT can lead to developmental issues, such as flat head syndrome (plagiocephaly) and delays in reaching certain motor milestones,” explains Dr. Phillips-Williams. “Our comprehensive guide is crafted for parents facing the challenges of CMT, with knowledge, support, and practical strategies that can align with each child’s unique journey.”

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The parent’s guide to CMT - which is also often known as “infant head tilt” - covers different types of torticollis, including ocular torticollis and benign paroxysmal torticollis, as well as the complex relationship between CMT and Sandifer Syndrome.

You'll get practical guidance regarding the role orthotics can play in treatment, repositioning programs, hands-on exercises to increase your child’s range of motion, and personalized care plans.

Additional topics covered in the parent’s guide include advanced medical interventions, surgical options, and innovative strategies that can support your child’s development holistically, with attention to emotional and psychological wellness, as well as physical health.

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You can download the guide from the Community Health and Education website for a one-time payment of $20. A spokesperson says, “Whether it's understanding the condition, exploring treatment options, or implementing practical strategies, parents will find a valuable resource and support for their family's journey.”

Don't walk the CMT road alone - get useful facts and advice from the expert team at Community Health and Education!

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