Tag Archives: pediatrics

Aug
19
2015
Young Pitcher

In this week’s installment of Ask the Expert, Dr. Joshua Dines, Orthopedic Surgeon, answers questions on Little League injuries, including those found in the shoulder and elbow. Shoulder and elbow … More…

Aug
7
2015
Spine Image

There are multiple types of scoliosis, each caused by a variety of different factors. Scoliosis is diagnosed when there is a lateral curvature of the spine that is ten degrees … More…

Jul
22
2015
Adaptive Sports Center 2015

As pediatric therapists we are often involved in planning for the transition of our young patients to adulthood. Recently my colleague Magdalena Oledzka and I travelled with six adolescents and … More…

Jun
15
2015

What is Scoliosis?

by Dr. John Blanco
6.15 Blog

Scoliosis is a lateral curvature of the spine. It can have a variety of causes. Some patients are born with it (congenital scoliosis). Others develop it secondary to neurologic conditions, … More…

May
11
2015
Blog 5.10

For Mother’s Day, I was asked to write about maintaining a balance between being a Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon and a mother. First, I graduated from residency at Hospital for Special … More…