Positional Plagiocephaly is a topic of concern among worried parents and there is concern at the lack of available information on how to prevent Plagiocephaly at an early stage. There is currently no scientific proof that babies with Plagiocephaly will have a neurological disorder. However, physiological problems like face asymmetry and malocclusion have been reported, […]
With increasing numbers of cases across the country, private medical companies are supplying helmets or “loc-bands” intended to correct the condition – known as Plagiocephaly or brachycephalic – but standard NHS advice insists it is cosmetic and likely to correct itself. We offer a prevention method using medically rated Class I safe pillows to distribute […]
Positional Plagiocephaly is considered to be a cosmetic problem but many parents are distressed that the permanent physical appearance might affect their child’s self-esteem and confidence as they grow up. Parents always want their child to grow healthy, both physically and mentally. Serious deformities can later lead to physical and psychological problems, with cases reported […]
To date, there is no NHS funding for plagiocephaly prevention or treatment.
Please refer to our product description site to download the full instructions for using the Craniometer.
Yes, Mimos pillow is a Class I medical device regulated by CE Health Authority.
TUV Certifies that this product is safe to be used with babies as there is enough air flow through the body of the pillow to allow normal baby breaths even when the baby lies face down on the pillow.
No, Craniosynostosis is a deformity caused by premature closure of the fibrous joints between bones of the infant’s skull. This rare syndrome happens once in 2000 births.
Mimos Pillow has been specially engineered to distribute pressure evenly across a wider area of the baby’s soft skull during sleep and rest periods. Its unique oval shape gently cradles baby’s head in the centre, and helps to encourage free rotation of the head and neck. Made of 100% 3D spacer fabric, Mimos Pillow provides […]
We recommend turning the pillow once a day to maintain its original shape (example: flip over the pillow to the reverse side but keeping the shorter part at lower side). It can be washed at 20o Celsius with cotton care washer.