Disparities in Safe to Sleep practices and Flat Head Prevention
Unsafe sleep practices, including placing infants in a non supine (on side or on stomach) sleep position, bed sharing, and using soft bedding in the sleep environment (e.g., blankets, pillows,...Read more
What is Safe Sleep?
If you're a new parent, you may have heard the term Safe Sleep or Safe to Sleep? Safe to sleep is a campaign by the National Institute of Child Health...Read more
Causes of Flat Head Syndrome - Biological vs Environmental
Part of the prevention of Flat Head Syndrome is knowing the causes. Are they biological, environmental or both? While we've seen that deformational plagiocephaly can be both biological and environmental,...Read more
Press Release- Crescent Womb has partnered with Acknowledge Regulatory Services in January 2021 to submit a 510(k) filing to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to register Crescent Womb products as a Class 1 Medical Device.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: James Spencer email@example.com PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA- July 1st 2021 Crescent Womb has partnered with Acknowledge Regulatory Services in January 2021 to submit a 510(k) filing to...Read more
Effective vs. Ineffective Treatment Options for Flat Head Syndrome
Once you know that your child has Flat Head Syndrome or Positional Plagiocephaly, start researching treatment options. Treatment options consist of behavior modification, physiotherapy exercises, cranial orthotics, and in some...Read more
Trust Your Gut: Using Microbiome Insights to Improve You & Your Babies Health 🦠
For this blog we partnered with Natural Nipple. This blog post focuses on microbiome with Lauren Wright. In this episode she characterizes what you can do as a mother to...Read more
Risk Factors associated with Deformational Plagiocephaly
What is Deformational Plagiocephaly? Commonly known as Flat Head Syndrome, deformational plagiocephaly is where the baby's head has an irregular shape caused by external forces. This can occur while the baby is...Read more
Press Release- Crescent Womb has received initial approval for research grant funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to continue their research for their Crescent Womb™ device as a treatment for plagiocephaly (flathead syndrome) in infants.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: James Spencer firstname.lastname@example.orgPINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA- June 1st 2021Crescent Womb has received initial approval for research grant funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to continue their research...Read more