Another issue Eli has had for a long time (but doctors ignored me) is that he tilts his head to the left. I counted once when my dad was here and he did it 50 in 2 minutes. Everyone that is around him notices he does it a LOT. It's hard to miss. Since Monday the tilt has been almost continuous and he has complained of pain and his range of motion diminished. You can also tell his muscle in his neck is developing different on each side of his neck. It's very obvious. I took him to the pediatrician today and she said she was diagnosing him with Torticollis (this is one of the things I wondered if it could be before but I didn't know enough about it). She is referring him for PT (again) and to the eye doctor. After doing a tiny bit of research I found that one of the big causes of kids turning their heads was eye problems. I was just wondering if anyone has had any experience with this at all. Everything I read about Torticollis is in regards to babies. Obviously Eli's not a baby at almost 7 years old. So I was hoping someone here had some input. Lurkers welcome.