When Lindsey and Jeremy Walley went for a routine ultrasound at the five-month mark, the only surprise they expected to learn about their unborn child was whether they were having a girl or boy. But moments later, when they were asked to speak privately with the obstetrician, they knew something was wrong.
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October is National Book Month, and the 15th through the 21st is designated as Teen Read Week in the United States. What better way to celebrate both than with some great books on scoliosis? Here are some reads for every reader.
Plagiocephaly, also called "flat head syndrome," is a common condition characterized by a flat spot on the back or side of a baby’s head. It can develop in as little as one week after birth and occurs in nearly one out of every two infants.