Plagiocephaly

Plagiocephaly is a form of ‘flat head syndrome’, where your baby has an asymmetry of the head shape. Typically one side of the head is flatter than the other. ‘Plagio’ comes from the Greek, meaning ‘slanting’ or ‘oblique’.

At about eight weeks of age, you may notice that your baby’s head seems slightly wide, that an ear is pushed forward on one side or that the brow is more prominent on one side.

Find the right treatment

If this is the case, then our qualified specialists can offer the best advice and treatment to reduce this head shape deformity.

More Information

We’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions which will help you to understand more about Plagiocephaly and other variants of flat head syndrome. We also have a selection of case studies and testimonials that provide an insight into our treatments, or you can read about parents’ first-hand experiences on our Facebook page.

If you have any question, then we would love to hear from you. Simply Call us on 0330 100 1800 (local rate) or 0113 218 8030.