Understand Congenital Torticollis In Infants With New CMT Guidebook For Parents

Feb 7, 2024

Does your infant have wry neck? Dr. Phillips-Williams’s guidebook answers all your questions about Congenital Muscular Torticollis.

Discovering your infant has torticollis is always a challenging experience. To support parents navigating their child's CMT, Dr. Phillips-Williams has released a detailed guidebook that will help them understand and overcome the congenital disorder. "Parent's Guide to Congenital Muscular Torticollis" provides a detailed breakdown of symptoms, classifications, treatment options, and strategies for dealing with CMT.

Grab your own copy of the CMT guidebook here!

Accommodate Your Infant's Unique Needs

The CMT guidebook was made to empower new parents, equipping them with the knowledge and support necessary to accommodate their infant's unique needs.

According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, CMT - also known as twisted neck or wry neck - is a condition in which an infant holds their head tilted to one side and has difficulty turning the head to the opposite side. If left untreated, the condition can lead to long-term health issues such as developmental delays, balance issues, difficulty eating, and more.

A Comprehensive Guide For Congenital Muscular Torticollis

"Parent's Guide to Congenital Muscular Torticollis" offers an in-depth look at CMT, covering a wide range of topics from advanced medical interventions and surgical options, to the connection between CMT and Sandifer Syndrome. The guidebook also tackles the physical challenges of afflicted infants, suggesting hands-on solutions like torticollis exercises and comprehensive repositioning programs.

In addition to traditional CMT solutions, the guidebook explores unconventional, non-surgical, and non-pharmacological treatment techniques, allowing parents to take a holistic approach to their infant's development.

About Dr. Phillips-Williams

Dr. Phillips-Williams is a pediatric healthcare professional with years of experience treating Congenital Muscular Torticollis in infants. With her comprehensive guide for CMT, she continues to help parents make informed decisions regarding their child's healthcare.

“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,” said a spokesperson for the author.

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