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Heather Hyatt Montoya

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Founder and Coordinator

Phone: (303) ***-****  HQ Phone
The Infantile Scoliosis Outreach Program
801 Yosemite St.
Denver, Colorado 80230
United States

Company Description: The Infantile Scoliosis Outreach Program (ISOP) was established in 2003 in Denver, Colorado. It was created by a mother who was searching for a more gentle, non...   more

Employment History

  • Activist and Founder
    Infantile Scoliosis Outreach Program of Denver , Colo.
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About ISOP, 6 May 2014 [cached]
Founding Mother, Heather Hyatt
About ISOP, 6 May 2014 [cached]
Heather R. Hyatt Montoya Founder & Coordinator of ISOP
ISOP History, 14 Sept 2007 [cached]
Heather R. Hyatt Montoya
Founder & Coordinator of ISOP
The Times Leader: The scoliosis-SIDS connection - - East Liverpool Review Online, 8 Dec 2003 [cached]
But Heather Hyatt said European doctors contend keeping infants on their backs too much is associated with infantile scoliosis.
What's a mother to do?
According to the SIDS Alliance, a citizen group, "A review of the current scientific literature reinforces the recommendation that all babies be placed on their back to sleep on a firm, flat surface with no pillows, comforters or other soft objects around them that may block the flow of fresh air to the baby or cause accidental suffocation."
Hyatt, an activist and founder of the Infantile Scoliosis Outreach Program of Denver, Colo., said a European study found 97 percent of babies with infantile scoliosis had plagiocephaly - a flat place on the backs of their heads.
"Ten years ago Europeans stopped doing that (placing babies on their backs to sleep), and the incidence of infantile scoliosis has decreased 80 percent," she said.Because of the SIDS connection, said Hyatt, "Americans have scared mothers into keeping their babies on their backs."
She predicts a rise in the number of infantile scoliosis cases in the U.S. because mothers are keeping their babies on their backs too much.
Donate to ISOP, 6 May 2014 [cached]
Heather Hyatt Montoya Founder and Coordinator Infantile Scoliosis Outreach Program
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