Cranial helmets as recently seen on TV are not just a fad. The cranial helmet technology is proven to successfully treat misshapen infant heads. In fact, our Certified Orthotist, Sean Greer, has over 14 years of experience using this technology and has been certified since 2003 for fitting custom helmets.
We offer the most sophisticated scanning technology in the industry for measuring and precision fitting helmets to correct the head shape of infants. Cranial remolding orthotic treatment guides infants head to grow into a symmetrical shape. Helmets treat plagiocephaly and other issues that cause misshapen heads or flat heads.
Every child is priceless; their orthotic care doesn’t have to be. Our experienced clinicians use the STARband, making it the #1 selling cranial orthosis in the world which allows successful completion of treatment for nearly all plagiocephaly patients with ONE headband — a significant cost savings to parents and payers compared to other providers who may suggest the use of multiple headbands.
- FDA approved STARband system
- Our STARband was presented on the GMA telecast and is seen on their website: Check out the TV’s Good Morning America’s story of Chrissy Teigen’s son
- Most sophisticated scanning technology in the industry for a precision fit
- 6 FDA approved models for differing head shapes
- Far and away #1 selling cranial remolding orthosis in most countries outside the US
- Different imbedded transfer patterns available on delivery of each headband
In regard to plagiocephaly, “About 1 in 4 babies have some degree of it,” said Edith Bracho-Sanchez, a board-certified pediatrician and Global Health Fellow at Stanford Childrens Hospital. “Incidents have gone up since we said “back to sleep,” which we absolutely have to do,” she added, referring to the recommendation that babies sleep on their backs to reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). (Note: some studies say that SIDS has decreased by 40% since the Back to Sleep was introduced)