For some families, our work begins even before their baby is born. If a pregnant woman’s ultrasound suggests that her developing baby may have a skeletal dysplasia, we work with Seattle Children’s Prenatal Diagnosis and Treatment Program to provide diagnostic and counseling services to her and her family.
After birth, we tailor care to your child’s age and developmental stage, always with a focus on their long-term health and wellness.
The Skeletal Health Program also provides evaluation, genetic counseling, prenatal consultation and medical management for adults with dwarfism and rare bone conditions. If adult patients need surgery, we work with surgeons from UW Medicine.