Should You Be Worried If Your Infant Has A Head Tilt?

An infant head tilt is often referred to as Torticollis in infants or infant torticollis. An infant head tilt can be caused by a lack of space in the womb, difficult labor, or the baby’s positioning, which favors one side.  Over time, the neck muscle on the side with the tilt will become tight and shortened. Whereas the muscles on the side opposite the baby’s head tilt, become weak and lengthened. Once this occurs, physical Read more…

Understanding the ‘Why’ Behind Toddler Speech Delay

There could be a myriad of different reasons why your toddler may not be talking as much as you’d expect based on their age. Rest assured, once the speech development delay has been identified, there are options to help your child reach the appropriate developmental milestones. A parent or a Speech Language Pathologist often will need to do a little digging to find the ‘why.’  In fact, what parents often think of as a “speech Read more…