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September 9th, 2017, 06:31 AM
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Hi everyone,

My 4.5 month old son was diagnosed with a left torticollis/right head tilt with a resulting right plagiocephaly. We have been going to physical therapy twice a week and I think he is progressing on both fronts which confirmed by our PT but I want to know how much. She says that he started out at 7mm and is now a 5mm. Can anyone tell me how to interpret this? Also I was reading through his initial physical therapy evaluation from a month ago and found these measurements:

Right frontotemporal point to left lambdoideal point: 134mm

Left lambdoideal point to right frontotemporal point: 129mm

Cranial asymmetry index: 3

What do these mean?








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