Plagiocephaly. Torticollis. Developmental Delay. Tummy Time.
Overwhelmed yet? Lucky for you, this is our jam, and we’re going to help you understand these concepts once and for all. Knowledge is power, and Baby Begin is going to help you make the best decision for your baby.
A fancy term for a misshapen skull, aka flat head syndrome. Unfortunately this happens to about 50% of newborn babies, and the numbers continue to rise. Education and accurate information can be hard to find, but we’ve got you covered.
Another fancy term- but this means tight neck, typically on one side.Torticollis and plagiocephaly are often related and treating the tight neck is a critical step to ensuring your baby’s development is on track.
Not always fun, but very important. Tummy time is harder for babies with torticollis and oftentimes they need a little extra help- that’s where we come in!
Up until now, this has been the go-to solution for correcting flat heads. Like everything, there are advantages and disadvantages. Let us spell it out for you, and possibly keep you out of one.