The sky is the limit for this active 7-year-old, who sees a team of specialists, including orthopedic doctors, at Seattle Children’s.
Since having her left foot removed as an infant, Taylor hasn’t stopped moving. By age 1 she was learning to ski. Today she soars as a dancer.
Surgeon Mark Dales cleaned a dangerous bone infection from Casey’s leg. Then the bacteria attacked the 15-month-old’s heart.
An accomplished gymnast before her scoliosis diagnosis, Love took up cheerleading and running after surgery to straighten her spine.
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Doctors and scientists are filling in gaps in our knowledge about this common injury, like how to help teens whose symptoms linger.
Seattle Children’s athletic trainers partnered with a Northwest junior roller derby league to prevent ACL injuries in female skaters.
Our EOS low-dose X-ray machine takes full-body 3D images in a single scan, allowing for more accuracy in determining proper treatment.
Regional anesthesia improved Tyler’s comfort after surgery to fuse bones in his left foot compared to previous surgery on his right.
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