A pilot study , a specially designed pillow may prevent developmental plagiocephaly by reducing pressure from the infant head

@inproceedings{Ohman2013APS,
  title={A pilot study , a specially designed pillow may prevent developmental plagiocephaly by reducing pressure from the infant head},
  author={Anna Maria Ohman},
  year={2013}
}
Developmental plagiocephaly (DP) has been an increasing problem since the successful “back to sleep campaign”. The referrals for DP have increased by >400% during the years 2004 to 2008. Many infants spend less time in the prone position nowadays and some of the risk factors for DP are as follows: less than 3 times per day for the tummy time, torticollis and slow achievement of motor milestones. There is a need for better information to the parents but also for other strategies to prevent DP… CONTINUE READING

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