Take Action Now to Keep Your Baby from Having a Deformed Head!
This now happens to nearly half of all babies who sleep on their backs
Is your infant at high risk for Flat Head Syndrome?
- YES if your baby spends time each day in bouncers, rockers, swings, or carseats
- YES if your baby sleeps on his or her back
- YES if your baby usually turns their head to one side, especially while sleeping (also known as torticollis)
Children with head flattening are at high risk for:
- orthodontic and TMJ problems
- learning and developmental delays
- psychological issues
Here are just some of the things you will learn in this ebook:
- What the latest research says about Flat Head Syndrome
- Sudden Infant Death Syndrome – how to lower your baby’s risk
- Techniques to prevent developmental delays in your baby
- Strategies to make your baby love tummy time!
- Tummy Time, how to do it, and why it’s so important
- 4 repositioning techniques to prevent pressure on the baby’s soft head, with examples
- What is torticollis, how can you tell if your baby might have it, and how is it treated?
- What are the different types of Flat Head Syndrome and how you can recognize them
- How to know if your baby needs a helmet
- How to choose a helmet manufacturer
- What different types of helmets are available
- How to deal with insurance companies and appeal the decision if your claim is denied
- What to expect if your baby has to wear a helmet