You don't have much choice... Of its severe then you need to make the long trips to brisbane to have the helmet put on and adjusted... At 6 months our son was referred from the child health nurse (Qld) to public physio therapist, they gave us exercises to do, if those didn't help much then the only other option was the helmet.
Our son is 5 and still has a crooked head, but it's not all that noticeable to strangers.
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