When Aashir Belton was born, his mom, Rejza, had to wait three long weeks to hold him.
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Boston Orthotics & Prosthetics is a leader in pediatric orthotics and the world’s most trusted provider of non-surgical scoliosis treatment options. For almost half a century, Boston Orthotics & Prosthetics (formerly Boston Brace / NOPCO Clinics) has been dedicated to advancing the specialized orthotics and prosthetics profession with educational support, training, and cutting-edge technology and treatment techniques for the management of scoliosis, plagiocephaly, and various neuromuscular disorders.
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Boston Orthotics & Prosthetics clinicians are trained to help patients with a wide variety of common conditions, including scoliosis, plagiocephaly, and neuromuscular issues. Often, those conditions are present in combination with a number of other issues, including autism, cerebral palsy, and a wide variety of genetic diseases.
Mary Ott knows a good head (of hair) when she sees one—she’s a hairstylist, after all. Yet, when she visited the pediatrician for her son Sam’s five-month checkup, she was shocked to learn he might have flat head syndrome. “I didn't really think it was that serious,” says Mary. "I noticed it a little but thought, oh, he’ll be fine. He’ll grow out of it. But the pediatrician insisted I get it checked.”