Paisley’s foot and spine deformities were identified early, allowing CHOP clinicians to use braces and casts to fix her condition, instead of surgical correction.
When doctors suggested amputating Thaxton’s non-functioning thumb, his family sought alternative treatments – and hope – at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Sean and his family trusted CHOP Orthopaedics to perform spine surgery to correct Sean’s worsening scoliosis in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A CHOP occupational therapist's keen observation led to Sophia's neuromuscular scoliosis diagnosis, and supportive treatment to enhance her quality of life.
A case of pneumonia led to the discovery that Emma had scoliosis. Diligence in adhering to her bracing treatment plan produced an amazing outcome.
Dance is Grace’s passion, but it makes intense demands on her body. Physical therapy at CHOP taught her healthy practices that preserve her pirouette.