At Baby Begin, our DFW pediatric physical therapists have the knowledge and experience to help babies and their families through the problems of torticollis and plagiocephaly. Though pediatric occupational therapy and physical therapy, this talented team has been able to help scores of little ones across the DFW area to avoid flat head syndrome and overcome torticollis. By using these types of pediatric therapy, they’re able to help babies and their parents avoid the ordeal of a helmet, as well as providing relief to babies with stiff necks. You won’t find a more dedicated team of DFW pediatric physical therapists and occupational therapists, and the glowing testimonials from happy parents are a testament to their successful outcomes. In addition, these pediatric physical therapists offer phone/Skype consultations for those outside the DFW area, as well as referrals for out of area babies in need of hands on care. If you have a baby with torticollis or plagiocephaly in DFW, pediatric physical therapists at Baby Begin can provide the support, education, and treatment your family needs.
FOUNDER, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST Jennifer Todd Barnard founded Baby Begin, because she’s passionate about educating families on keeping their babies’ heads round. She’s a pediatric occupational therapist who has been treating plagiocephaly (flat head syndrome) and torticollis, (tight neck), exclusively, since 2000. She is hoping to make a breakthrough and eventually eradicate plagiocephaly as we know
PHYSICAL THERAPIST On top of seeing Baby Begin patients, Ellen has a full house with four adorable kids and a husband. She loves working with the babies and her families consistently comment on her compassion and patience. Because she has years of experience with plagiocephaly and torticollis, her outcomes are second to none. She knows
Insurance Coordinator Wendy is our Insurance Coordinator and she will file your claims for you. Nice huh? She is pretty nice herself and manages to juggle several part time jobs, participate in the school’s PTA and help her husband out with his busy physical therapy clinic. And add 2 children to the mix, she is