Scoliosis surgery at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia allowed Kristi to keep up her active lifestyle in ways she never thought possible.
A decade after Eli’s rare neuromuscular condition was first diagnosed at CHOP, he returned for successful surgical treatment during a global pandemic.
When Shane’s spinal curve dramatically worsened, his CHOP orthopaedic team knew it was time to act. Then COVID-19 happened. Follow his spine surgery journey.
When Kellyann was 14, she had an intense growth spurt, growing four inches taller. As a result, her scoliosis progressed suddenly to a 65-degree curve in her spine.
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.
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 case of pneumonia led to the discovery that Emma had scoliosis. Diligence in adhering to her bracing treatment plan produced an amazing outcome.