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Cranial Helmets

  • If you are concerned your child’s head is misshapen and repositioning is not improving head shape, it is important to talk to your pediatrician to identify any underlying causes. They may refer you to a craniofacial specialist, neurologist, physical therapist or an orthotist to gather more information about your child’s condition.

    We utilize various advanced helmet technologies to address cranial asymmetries. Our certified cranial remolding specialists rely on digital scans that eliminate the need for casting.

    During your initial appointment, your orthotist will provide you with information about repositioning techniques, plageocephaly and Starband protocols. A general history will be taken along with measurements. This information is used to determine the severity of your child’s asymmetries, the necessity of a helmet and the expected duration of wear.

    For more information, contact a center near you today!