Parents frequently approach us with deep concern and uncertainty, often seeking guidance amid conflicting advice regarding the optimal approach to their child's care.
Even if your baby is in no danger, head shape irregularities can still be distressing for parents who, naturally, want what is best for their little ones. But you are not alone. In the UK, plagiocephaly affects around half of all babies under the age of one to some degree.
Our clinicians are experts in their field with years of experience caring for patients and parents going through the same thing. They are always happy to provide advice if you have any questions or concerns. Our clinicians have put together some resources here on our website that can be useful to parents, whether your child has plagiocephaly, brachycephaly, craniosynostosis or another head shape irregularity.
There are also a number of other excellent resources, communities and forums out there to turn to for support, no matter what stage of the treatment journey you and your family are at.