Head control is the first motor milestone to be achieved in early life. Good head control lays the foundation for the development and refinement of other milestones. It also enables the child to explore the environment effectively in play and to develop more advanced skills. Thus attaining head control is frequently used as the starting point in therapeutic intervention for the children with cerebral palsy or other developmental disabilities by the pediatric occupational therapist. It also very important to have good neck control before the age of two year because if child dont develop good neck vontrol before the age of two year then developemnent of ambulatory capability in child became remote pssiblity.