Ballert has been fitting and fabricating cranial molding helmets for the treatment of plagiocephaly in infants since the early 1990s. The Ballert Molding Helmet is distinguished by a number of features designed to encourage maximum correction while eliminating undesirable side effects and ensuring the infant’s comfort. Refined over many years, these features play an important role in determining patient outcomes, reducing or eliminating the need to use multiple helmets, and avoiding design-related problems that can occur with other helmets.

Ballert Orthopedic has provided cranial molding helmet services to physicians and their patients for over 15 years.  We were the second company to receive FDA clearance to manufacture helmets in the United States, and we remain one of only a handful of companies with that clearance today. At Ballert your baby is evaluated and fitted only by a certified and Illinois licensed orthotist.

To learn more about these features and how they accomplish these goals, please read the article, "Caveat Emptor: Not All Helmets Are Alike" by Gene Bernardoni, or contact us.

For those concerned with the recent Dutch study of helmet efficacy and Ballert's response, please see the related article: Ballert Emphasizes the Demonstrated Clinical Efficacy of Helmet Therapy