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Pointless post.... Jax 3 kids; Sydney, NS, Australia 2888 posts
13th May '13

My 4 1/2 month old DS has a pedi appointment today to get his neck checked. The doctor suspected he has torticolis on the right side of his neck. It doesnt seem to be painful for him, like iv heard it can be, but it does seem to be getting worse.
Im so nervous about what the pedi might say. Hopefully he will just give us some exercises/massages to do on him, and it wont require surgery like iv read about.



Pointless post, but i had a freaky dream last night, that it went undetected and the skin on his neck grew onto his shoulder :shock:

Pinkman 1 child; Melbourne, VC, Australia 5472 posts
13th May '13

Don't stress. My son had torticollis and we started going to therapy every other week for about six months and it went away.

Jax 3 kids; Sydney, NS, Australia 2888 posts
13th May '13
Quoting ♥ pinkman:" Don't stress. My son had torticollis and we started going to therapy every other week for about six months and it went away. "


Thanks, its good to hear a positive.
People i have tried to talk to about it, have never heard of it before. So i then decided to google it (bad idea) lol

Pinkman 1 child; Melbourne, VC, Australia 5472 posts
13th May '13
Quoting J&T+3:" Thanks, its good to hear a positive. People i have tried to talk to about it, have never heard of it before. So i then decided to google it (bad idea) lol"


Google is the devil. When the pedi told me about it, I had no idea what it is and I freaked out. Luckily, we had a great PT who was so good with DS and amazing at what she does.

Jax 3 kids; Sydney, NS, Australia 2888 posts
13th May '13
Quoting ♥ pinkman:" Google is the devil. When the pedi told me about it, I had no idea what it is and I freaked out. Luckily, we had a great PT who was so good with DS and amazing at what she does."


yeah i also had no idea what it was and/am freaking out about it.
We decided to switch doctors when he had his 4 month needles and she picked it up straight away and referred us to a pedi