FDA APPROVED

STARband family helmets are approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

500.000 HELMET

Presently, more than 500,000 babies have been treated with STARband.

HIGH SUCCESS RATE

The success rate of STARband treatment is greater than 95%.

IMPORTANT

A FEW THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT STARBAND ACTIVE HELMET TREATMENT;

DEFORMATIONAL PLAGIOCEPHALY

Deformational Plagiocephaly is commonly known as Flat Head Syndrome, Oblique Head or Parallel Head.

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DEFORMATIONAL BRACHYCEPHALY

Deformational Brachycephaly is defined by a skull that is centrally flattened at the back of the head as well as extremely wide from ear to ear.

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DEFORMATIONAL SCAPHOCEPHALY

Deformational scaphocephaly is characterized by a long head shape that is narrowed on the sides.

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HOW SEVERE IS YOUR BABY'S HEAD SHAPE DEFORMITY? IS THE STARBAND TREATMENT NEEDED? FIND OUT!

Find out how severe your baby's head shape deformity is and if STARband treatment is needed.

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A SIMPLE TEST

VIEW YOUR BABY'S HEAD FROM ABOVE. COMPARE YOUR BABY'S HEAD SHAPE TO THE DIAGRAM BELOW:

One of the head shape abnormalities found in the diagrams above will likely show a similarity to your baby's head shape. If you notice an abnormal head shape like the ones above, please share this concern with your doctor. Consider bringing your child to one of our centers for a detailed assessment, even if only to ensure that your infant is within normal limits. We recommend bringing your child in for a scan as early as 2 months of age to compare and monitor the change in deformation. In this way, your orthotist will be able to determine whether conservative repositioning efforts are effective or not and will be able to provide appropriate clinical advice by 4-6 months of age.

Please be advised that a visit to one of our centers for the evaluation of your baby will not automatically result in the start of the STARband treatment. Our orthotists generally determine that treatment with the STARband is not necessary, and that simple repositioning and tummy time will be all that is required (For babies, flattening of the head - Plagiocephaly - is usually the result of spending a long period in cribs or car carriers.)
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