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Serkel Celebrates Its Mission and Impact!
We are thrilled to share an inspiring podcast episode featuring influencer Tiffany Hall, alongside pediatrician Dr. Daniel Golshevsky, recounting her child’s remarkable experience with Serkel’s Cranial Remolding Orthosis (Helmet). Serkel helmet helps to correct the head shape of infants with flat head syndrome (Plagiocephaly and Brachycephaly).
Tiffany’s narrative is a testament to our unwavering mission and the transformative power of our products in enhancing the well-being of infants and their families. Together, we celebrate the positive change we bring as part of the Serkel family.
Stay tuned for more stories and updates from Serkel as we continue our journey to make a meaningful difference in the lives of infants.
Want to hear from some of the Serkel Families –
Hear about their experience:
- When they noticed their baby’s flat spot
- How they got an assessment
- Why they chose a Serkel helmet
- How their baby adapted to the helmet
- The experience for them as a family
Please check out our article published on Kiddipedia for an in-depth look into what happens after you have noticed a flat spot on your baby’s head.
Do feel like you have so many questions about Plagiocephaly, Brachycephaly and helmet therapy and nowhere to get the answers? You are not alone! We are here for you and you can find the answers in our article published on Bubhub.
If you still have unanswered questions, contact us at ‘email@example.com’ or search on Facebook ‘Serkelhelmets’
Another interesting Serkel article published on Babyvine. The article covers how to identify Plagiocephaly and Brachycephaly, what cause it and possible ways to treat those conditions.
Our Orthotists use white-light scanning to take precise measurements of baby’s head, so the Serkel process is stress-free and easy. To find your closest clinic, or for more information give us a call on 1300 823 113.
Once the head scan has taken place, our Orthotists will get a comprehensive scan full of information, so you are able to make an informed decision.
This patient has plagiocephaly, which is an asymmetry of the head. You can see this in the scan on the left. The scan on the right is the same head, after Serkel helmet therapy. You can see there has been a huge improvement.
We like to think our patients look like little superheroes with their capes and head stockings!