What are typical symptoms?
Symptoms of torticollis include a head tilt or turn, difficulty turning the head in one direction, and a flat spot on one side of the head due to pressure from the head resting in the same position.
Why does it happen to babies?
Torticollis can be caused by a variety of factors, including being in a breech position during pregnancy, traumatic birth, muscle imbalances, or a congenital condition. It is often associated with flat head syndrome, as the baby may favour one side of the head due to discomfort or muscle tightness.