Our patients inspire us every day with their courage. Read their stories.
Surgeons at Seattle Children’s helped introduce a technology that reduces surgeries for kids with severe scoliosis – and improves their lives.
Read Carmen’s story.
After a five-hour surgery, Lauren came out of the operating room with two bright pink and purple casts, adorned with pink bows on each foot.
Read how the MAGnetic Expansion Control (MAGEC) system enabled doctors to treat Alex’s scoliosis with far fewer surgeries and less time in the hospital.
Kat Discoria shares her experience of battling Ewing sarcoma. Read more.
Seattle Children’s athletic trainers provide an innovative type of customized care that not only treats injuries, but reduces them as well. Read more.
Read Paul Wright’s story, in his own words, from diagnosis of arthrogryposis at birth to successful businessman. Read more.
Seattle Children's helps athletes with disabilities stay in the game. Read more.
Spinal fusion helps teen gymnast overcome scoliosis. Read more.
As former Division I athletes, our sports medicine doctors know what it’s like to suffer an injury. Read more.
See the recent special showing how Children's helps kids stay in the game amidst sports injuries and health conditions. Watch the video.
Seattle Children's is a leader in using regional nerve blocks to improve kids' surgical experiences. Regional anesthesia reduces their need for narcotic pain killers and helps control their postoperative pain and nausea. Read the full story.
Seattle Children's bone dysplasia team is the region's resource for helping children and families anticipate and address the medical and physical challenges of dwarfism. Read the full story.
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