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Children with craniofacial disorders may have complex problems related to facial appearance, feeding and swallowing, hearing and middle ear infections, speech and breathing, dental and oral-maxillofacial development, and psychosocial development. In babies, craniofacial issues usually appear as a flat or odd-shaped head.

Mother playing with her child who is being treated for craniofacial disorder.

At the Goryeb Children’s Plagiocephaly Clinic at Atlantic Health System Children's Health, a team of specialists from a variety of disciplines collaborate to identify the multifaceted needs of the patient.

We care for pediatric patients with moderate to severe craniofacial disorders, including:

  • plagiocephaly or flat head syndrome
  • brachycephaly
  • dolichocephaly
  • torticollis

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Our medical team also consists of physical therapists and registered nurses.