Why Choose CHOP for Craniosynostosis Treatment

At The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, children with all types of craniosynostosis receive coordinated care through our centralized Craniofacial Program that has expertise in all of the clinical areas they may need throughout their treatment. CHOP’s Craniofacial Program is one of the oldest, most experienced programs in the country dedicated to caring for children with craniofacial differences. Our team also practices the most up-to-date techniques, offering a full range of individualized treatments for your child.

Depending on your child’s age, her care may also be managed through the Neonatal Craniofacial Program. All clinicians work closely together to manage your child’s condition and connect her with any related services she may need, all within one institution. This includes psychosocial support services, the Sleep Center, Hand Disorders Program, Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing Center, Neonatal and Pediatric Airway Programs and more.

Our team has continuously expanded the treatment options available to our patients, with a focus on the unique needs of children with these complex conditions. Coordinated, multidisciplinary care will provide the best outcomes for your child and improve her overall well-being.

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Why Choose the Craniofacial Program

CHOP’s Craniofacial Program is one of the Nation’s leading treatment programs for children with both congenital and acquired anomalies of the face and skull.