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British Medical Study Helmet Study- Our Response

On May 1, 2014, the NY Times published an article discussing the recent British Medical Study that hypothesized that cranial helmets for babies don’t work to improve flat head syndrome.  Medical professionals are now challenging the BMJ study to show that the process of the study and the equipment used to treat Plagiocephaly were incorrectly fit to the children.  Below find a the difference of a DOC band (left) and the study helmet (right).  To learn how the medical field is responding, please visit Cranial Technologies blog to read more.

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