Recognizing that your baby has an irregular head shape can be alarming, and the thought of treating him or her with a cranial helmet can feel even more overwhelming. We are here to help put your mind at ease by providing you with the expertise, education, and support you need to feel comfortable and confident about the journey ahead.
Introducing the Hanger Clinic CARE Network
When it comes to treating your baby’s cranial asymmetry, we know you want the best care possible, which is why we established the nation’s largest and most prestigious network of Cranial Asymmetry Remolding Experts, known as the CARE Network.
With over 200 certified orthotists specializing in cranial care at more than 260 locations across the country, the CARE Network helps ensure you have access to unparalleled care from the nation’s top clinicians.
Pillars of the CARE Network
Selected based on four primary criteria, you can rest assured your baby is being cared for by the country’s most qualified cranial experts.
Rigorous Continuing Education
High Standard of Care
Commitment to Outcomes
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No matter the presentation, question, or challenge, the answer often lies within the CARE Network. Schedule a free evaluation with a specialist near you.
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Plagiocephaly, also known as “flat head syndrome,” is the most common form of cranial asymmetry and is usually identified by a flattening on one side of the back of the head.
Craniosynostosis is the premature fusion of one or more sutures that prevents the normal perpendicular bone growth of your baby’s skull.
Whether your baby needs some extra tummy time, repositioning, or helmet therapy, there is a lot that can be done to correct the asymmetry.
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