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The Shape of Your Baby’s Head

The shaping of your baby’s head begins in the womb and continues after birth. It is important to position your baby appropriately to prevent a flat spot from forming on your baby’s skull.

Torticollis and Positional Plagiocephaly: The Need for Early Intervention

Once considered by some to be merely cosmetic, torticollis is now known to coincide with abnormal tone and motor delays. Early physical therapy has been shown to improve torticollis outcomes and decrease the duration of therapy, especially when therapy is started prior to 2 months of age.

Tummy Time Parent Handout

It is important for babies to have time on their tummies every day. Most babies quickly learn to like tummy time, once they have become accustomed to the position and especially when they are able to lift their heads.

Walkers, Exersaucers, Jumpers

The following types of equipment may negatively impact your baby’s motor and mental development: infant walkers (equipment used for independent movement), exersaucers (stationary device), and jumpers (suspended seats that attach to a door frame). Babies who are unable to sit on their own should never be placed in these types of equipment.