Parent Guide To Ocular Torticollis & Plagiocephaly Includes Mobility Tips!

Apr 6, 2024

Worried about your baby’s diagnosis? Community Health and Education offers a parent’s guide, with useful facts and tips for managing ocular torticollis and plagiocephaly in infants.

If your little one has been diagnosed with torticollis, you're probably wondering what comes next. The parent's guide from Community Health and Education explains everything you need to know!

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With the guide's help, you'll learn the difference between ocular torticollis and other types, including benign paroxysmal torticollis and congenital muscular torticollis.

With a recognition of how stressful a diagnosis of torticollis if you are the parent of a young child, the “Navigating Torticollis” guide from Community Health and Education is designed to function as an informative resource that can empower your family.

Gain The Knowledge You Need

Recent statistics from the National Library of Medicine show that around 1 in 250 newborns suffer from some form of torticollis, or “head tilt,” which manifests as a twisted posture and can lead to developmental delays. Written by experienced healthcare provider Dr. Phillips-Williams, the Community Health and Education torticollis guide equips you with the knowledge you need to get a proper diagnosis and treatment for your little one.

“Our guide is a resource that has been strategically designed to provide the knowledge, support, and practical strategies for the unique journey of each child,” explains a spokesperson. “From understanding classifications and recognizing signs to exploring innovative treatment options, the book equips parents with the facts they need to make informed decisions.”

Learn About Treatments

In addition to clarifying the differences between the various types of torticollis, as well as the complex connection between torticollis and Sandifer Syndrome, the guide covers other topics, such as advanced medical interventions, surgical options, and strategies for supporting healthy development.

You'll also find discussions of practical aspects, including the role of orthotics, comprehensive repositioning programs, and personalized care plans to reflect your child’s specific needs.

Discover Hands-On Exercises

While receiving reassurance and a sense of community, you'll learn about hands-on exercises to help encourage mobility and increase range of motion, so that you can support your child at home while also receiving professional assistance from healthcare providers.

The “Navigating Torticollis” resource for parents of children with the condition is available as an e-book online and can be downloaded from the Community Health and Education Services website for a one-time payment of $20.

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