Abraisme, glad to hear your appointment went well. It is comforting to know that plagiocephaly/torticollis can be corrected in the early stages, and it sounds like you have a good support system and some techniques to begin implementing. I'm glad to see you all talking abou these issues, as plagiocephaly/torticollis is still something that not all mothers are aware of, even though it has been steadily increasing by about 25% each year over the ast decade! The best way to prevent/correct flat head syndrome is to keep infants off the back of their heads as much as possible, including time spent in strollers, bouncers, carseats, etc. and to periodically change the position of their head and neck so they don’t begin to favor a certain side. Try to get your daughter to turn her head to the other side as much as possible. I would suggest the following ways to get your baby moving her head to the side she is not currently favoring: Try feeding her so that she must turn her head in the direction of the non-favored side. When approaching her, come from the side that requires her to turn her head to the side she isn’t favoring in order to see you. Place interesting and stimulating toys to the unflavored side, and put her on her tummy as much as possible. Finally, when your baby is calm and relaxed, try gently massaging the neck muscles to get her to stretch both sides equally. Talk to your pediatrician about any questions or concerns you may have. Feel free to visit https://www.facebook.com/DrJaneScott or www.babytortle.com for more information and congratulations on the upcoming birth of your baby!