Cranial Remolding Therapy

In 1992, the American Academy of Pediatrics launched a campaign to encourage parents to lay their sleeping infants on their backs or sides. While the result was a dramatic drop in SIDS, the unexpected side effect was more babies developing different cranial shapes.

Typically, when the child is under the age of four months, your pediatrician will recommend some treatments and exercises at home to remedy the issue. However, if the condition does not improve between the ages of four to six months, it may be time to consider cranial remolding orthosis, better known as a cranial remolding helmet.

Considering whether to place your child in a helmet can be a scary decision.  Pedicare Orthopedics introduces to you our sister company, Cranial Therapy Centers which specializes in manual therapy for torticollis and plagiocephaly. The clinicians understand what it’s like to be in that position. With years of experience  and expertise they can help you come to the right decision for your baby.

Our clinics treats conditions such as:

Plagiocephaly (flattening of one side of the skull)

Brachycephaly (head is unusually wide)

Scaphocephaly (head is long and narrow)

Torticollis (twisted neck, or wryneck)

Our Location In New Jersey

Cranial Therapy Centers of Lakewood
1352 River Ave Unit # 4
Lakewood, NJ 08701
(732) 415-2318

Cranial Therapy Centers of Teaneck
1086 Teaneck Road Suite 3F
Teaneck, NJ 07666
(201) 666-6647