I just saw your post in the phsyical therapy post about your son having torticollus as an infant. Mine had torticollus as well, which lead to flat head and a doc band. The torticollus was "fixed" within a month or so... they saw a huge improvement and he was a champ! However, I've noticed that he walks kind of funny. He raises his arms to a 90 degree angle (like a mummy, but with elbows bent..) and sticks his belly out when he walks. I've heard this is one way they stabalize themselves while learning to walk, but your comment about it being from torticollus has me worried! He started walking at 15 months, so he's only been walking 4 months now so the stabalizing himself thing made sense.... but now I'm not so sure. He has yet to walk in front of his Dr. because he's now scared of her (guess he now realizes painful things come from the Dr's office haha).
Does this sound like how your son walks? We may be taking a trip to the Dr. this week... *sigh*... I thought this torticollus/flat head was all in the past.