Technology in Motion works in partnership with Great Ormond Street Hospital, Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, Birmingham NHS Women and Children’s Trust, and Oxford Craniofacial Unit Team.
Technology in Motion partners with these specialist units to treat infants who have had the latest endoscopic surgery to release a craniosynostosis. This allows, over the next 10 to 14 months, treatment which guides head growth to correct the deforming effects of the craniosynostosis.
The NHS unit refers patients to us to provide cranial moulding orthoses post-operation. We continue to monitor the infants throughout treatment and liaise with the surgeons to ensure successful outcomes. We also contribute valuable data to the NHS to develop understanding of treatment for craniosynostosis and related conditions.
Our partnerships with the NHS have had noted benefits for patients, with this type of minimally invasive endoscopic surgery reducing operation time, lowered health risks, improved outcomes, and improved support for parents’ psychological well-being.