Prevent Cranial & Facial Asymmetry
Congenital muscular torticollis is when an infant tilts their head to one side and has difficulty turning their head. This condition can develop shortly after birth, especially if the baby is delivered breech. Torticollis is caused by a shortened or tightened sternocleidomastoid muscle on one side. Treatment is necessary to prevent cranial and facial asymmetry. After receiving a diagnosis from your child’s doctor, our therapists will teach you stretches and positions that will safely and effectively correct this condition.