The Cranial Therapy Center is the first and only Early Intervention Cranial Center in the United States to provide both helmet and manual therapy treatment for infants with cranial deformities and related conditions.
Torticollis is by far the most common underlying factor in cranial deformities. As such, a core component of CTC’s mission is early intervention and treatment of torticollis by manual therapy, thus preventing plagiocephaly from occurring altogether.
Each child’s specific condition is unique; the treatment that is best for one child may not be optimal for another. The Cranial Therapy Center is the first and only Early Intervention Cranial Center in the United States to provide both helmet and manual therapy treatment for infants with cranial deformities and related conditions. Our experienced clinicians will provide a thorough evaluation to determine the ideal course of treatment or combination of treatments for your child. By providing a multi-disciplinary approach of therapist and orthotist, CTC offers an unparalleled level of care and clinical outcomes.
CTC is focused exclusively on our field of highly specialized expertise. Our therapists specialize in torticollis therapy, cranial sacral therapy, myofascial release, helmet therapy, gross motor delay, cervical anatomy and infant/toddler development.
Coordinating care from birth allows CTC to provide early intervention not available elsewhere. Thus, infants with torticollis, breastfeeding issues, plagiocephaly, chronic digestive and elimination issues, Cervical (neck) and Neurological (brain/head) trauma are commonly referred to the CTC for early intervention.