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Because of a life-threatening infection, Chase’s hands and feet were amputated when he was 3. Today he’s playing soccer and learning to play the drums.
CHOP's Brachial Plexus Program tailored a care plan for Riley that took her from from a 10-day-old with little movement in her right arm and hand to an active baby who feeds herself and throws a ball to her dog.
April suffered an injury to the brachial plexus nerves during birth. Her parents’ commitment to occupational therapy helped her gain the strength she needed to avoid surgery.
Despite efforts to save his toes, Brandon required an amputation. With help from experts at CHOP, he’s back playing his favorite sports.
At age 2, Sammy suffered burns over 50 percent of his body, requiring many procedures, including amputation of both of his lower legs. He has come a long way in the eight years since he began working with CHOP's rehabilitation team.
Zion Harvey is the first pediatric patient to receive a bilateral hand transplant. He was treated by a team at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.