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Congenital Muscular Torticollis Ebook: Alternative Treatments Guide Released

Community Health and Education Services (CHES) has released Dr. Phillips-Williams' ebook, which is intended to serve as a guide for parents of infants diagnosed with Congenital Muscular Torticollis, or Infant Head Tilt.

The new ebook, titled "Parents' Guide to Congenital Muscular Torticollis," is intended to provide answers and relieve anxieties for parents struggling with their child's recent CMT diagnosis. As the publisher explains, parents of infants with this condition, also known as Infant Head Tilt, may experience various pain points, including overwhelm and confusion about the causes and potential treatments for it.

Interested parties can learn more at

With this ebook, CHES provides parents with a comprehensive explanation of the biology behind CMT and educates them on various available treatment options. As the author notes, there are advanced medical interventions, surgical options, and other alternative treatments, and by reading the ebook, parents can expand their knowledge and become better equipped to make the right decision for their children's healing.

Parents will learn about the various types of CMT, including the differences between ocular torticollis and benign paroxysmal torticollis. This is an important distinction, as the most successful treatments for these two types of CMT differ. The ebook also explains in detail the intricate connections between torticollis and Sandifer Syndrome, which is a rare version of gastro-esophageal reflux characterized by dystonic movements of the head, neck, and eyes.

Having worked with infants with CMT and their families for years, Dr. Phillips-Williams was inspired to write this book to empower parents to make the healthiest choices for their children and play an active role in their recovery. The author teaches parents practical exercises they can do at home with their infants to mitigate the symptoms of CMT and start their recovery process. The ebook also covers various holistic, non-traditional treatment methods parents can work on themselves or discuss with their pediatricians.

"Embark on this enlightening journey with Dr. Phillips-Williams, a seasoned healthcare professional whose passion for pediatric care, wealth of experience, and pioneering spirit converge in the creation of a groundbreaking resource," said one spokesperson for the organization. "Driven by compassion, fueled by knowledge, and dedicated to the well-being of every child, Dr. Phillips-Williams invites you to join her in transforming the lives of infants affected by this condition."

Interested parties can learn more about Community Health and Education Services and order a copy of "Parents' Guide To Congenital Muscular Torticollis" by visiting

Contact Info:
Name: Leslie Phillips
Email: Send Email
Organization: Community Health and Education Services, LLC
Address: 4500 Forbes Blvd Suite 200-E12, Lanham, Maryland 20706, United States
Phone: +1-240-755-5591

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 89130440

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