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Infant Head Tilt Activities, Stretches & Treatment Book For Parents Published

Dr. Phillips-Williams, at Community Health and Education Services, has released a new ebook covering congenital muscular torticollis (CMT) or infant head tilt.

The new book - titled Parents Guide to Congenital Muscular Torticollis - offers compassionate support and guidance, helping readers to manage the emotional stress that may arise with their child’s diagnosis, and giving insight into the most effective treatment options available.

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CMT is a condition present at birth, and according to the Hospital for Special Surgery, it affects around 1 in 300 newborns. Children experience abnormal tightness or shortening of the sternocleidomastoid muscle, which causes a noticeably tilted head.

Dr. Phillips-Williams sought to create a comprehensive resource that parents could use to better understand the symptoms. She said she understands the "pain points" that many parents feel when they learn of the diagnosis, such as overwhelm and confusion or the challenge of incorporating therapy exercises into their daily routine. “With the book, you can discover all the answers you need for caring for your infant,” she explains. “In its 16 chapters, you’ll get practical strategies to guide you through the unique journey each child faces.”

The resulting difficulties with head and neck movement can often cause a preference for looking in one direction. If left untreated, Dr. Phillips-Williams says that the condition may lead to developmental issues, such as flat head syndrome or even delays in reaching certain motor milestones.

The book offers insight into the practical aspects of managing CMT, providing parents with tangible tools to use as they play an active role in recovery, and insights into the role of orthotics as well as comprehensive repositioning programs.

Recognizing the importance of building a nurturing environment for the child, the author also included a dedicated section offering engaging activities that parents can incorporate into their daily routines, promoting quality bonding time while supporting their child's development.

Dr. Phillips-Williams' passion for pediatric care inspired the book, which she hopes acts as a roadmap for parents. She states: “In essence, this book provides clarity and direction. Whether it's understanding the condition, exploring treatment options, or implementing practical strategies, it’s a valuable resource if you’re looking to empower your child's developmental journey.”

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Contact Info:
Name: Leslie Phillips
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Organization: Community Health and Education Services, LLC
Address: 4500 Forbes Blvd Suite 200-E12, Lanham, Maryland 20706, United States
Phone: +1-240-755-5591

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 89126918

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