Imogen Locke, Koa Bazzocco and Laythen Schneider was diagnosed with craniosynostosis
PROFESSOR David David is the head of the Australian Craniofacial Unit, but it’s parents of the children he treats who he calls the “powerful” ones.
RACHAEL Bazzocco knew there wasn’t something quite right with her daughter Koa’s head as soon as she was born…then two weeks later her forehead had sunken in.
IT WAS the day after Jasmine Schneider had given birth to a baby boy when her paediatrician told her little Laythen had craniosynostosis.
AMANDA Locke spent the first six weeks of her child’s life in tears after Googling “How to fix cranio”.