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Now Offering Assessments via Video Chat for Flat Head Syndrome

By August 23, 2014No Comments

Caroline Rhodes, physiotherapist and craniosacral therapist has 30 years experience and has been treating newborns in Hong Kong for the past 16 years. As a result of parents seeking her help for their baby in connection with flat head syndrome, she is now offering assessments through either Skype or Facetime.

The parents will need to have a smart phone with a video so that they can show the different angles of the baby’s spine, head and face. Once the areas that are contributing to the flat head are determined, Caroline can teach the parent some gentle mobilisations to correct any restrictions. She will also offer a home exercise programme. This is an essential key in getting the baby to move in all directions rather than favouring one direction, which is a major factor leading to the flat head.

A treatment in the clinic can be arranged after the assessment whenever it is convenient for the parents to come to the clinic. The Skype or Facetime session will offer significant savings in both time and money for those parents coming in from other regions in Asia.

Physiotherapy for the treatment of flat head syndrome is often covered by medical insurance.

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