Tag Archives: children

Jun
7
2012

Treatment Options for Scoliosis

by Dr. Matthew Cunningham
Early onset scoliosis

Scoliosis is a spinal condition estimated to affect 2-3% of the population, and when severe, can threaten lung and heart function. More…

Jun
4
2012
Detect scoliosis in children

Avoiding scoliosis and maintaining good posture are universal concerns among parents today. Many of these parents may be surprised to know that small curves are a normal part of spine anatomy. Julia Hale, Physician … More…

Apr
11
2012
Lorene Janowski, Occupational Therapist

Q1. My 18 month old has problems with holding small objects and tends to drop the objects a lot. Is that normal or are there any exercises he can do … More…

Apr
2
2012
Broken arm in cast

With the number of pediatric orthopedists trained to deal with the special bone, joint and tendon problems of children decreasing, more hospitals rely on general orthopedists to evaluate and treat pediatric … More…

Mar
15
2012
Dr. Daniel Green, Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon

Q1. My 15-year-old son plays football and one of his teammates injured his shoulder. Is it common for adolescents to get shoulder surgery for major injuries? Shoulder injuries in teenagers are … More…

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April 17, 2014 at 10:06 am

Project Sunshine, a non-profit organization serving children facing medical challenges, recently hosted a "Girls' Night Out" in collaboration with Hospital for Special Surgery's Charla de Lupus (Lupus Chat) program, a national peer health education and support program for people with lupus and their loved ones. The young women who participated selected dresses and accessories for their prom, graduation or other upcoming special occasions, learned makeup tips, and had their hair and nails done by volunteers from The Estée Lauder Companies.

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Project Sunshine "Girls' Night Out"

Project Sunshine, a non-profit organization serving children facing medical challenges, recently hosted a "Girls' Night Out" in collaboration with Hospital for Special Surgery's Charla de Lupus (Lupus Chat) program, a national peer health education and support program for people with lupus and their loved ones. The young women who participated selected dresses and accessories for their prom, graduation or other upcoming special occasions, learned makeup tips, and had their hair and nails done by volunteers from The Estée Lauder Companies.

Hospital for Special Surgery
April 16, 2014 at 5:47 pm

In this week's installment of Ask the Expert, Theresa Chiaia, Physical Therapist, answers questions on basketball injuries: http://hss.edu/onthemove/ask-the-expert-basketball-injuries/.

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