A pediatric plastic surgeon specializing in reconstructive plastic surgery including including clefts and craniofacial anomalies has joined CHOC Children's.
Sweating is a natural part of puberty, but teens experiencing excessive and/or unpredictable sweating may suffer from a condition called hyperhidrosis
A CHOC Children's pediatric neurologist addresses repeated involuntary movements called tics, which are most prevalent in children.
Pectus excavatum, or sunken chest, is the most common congenital chest wall abnormality in children. A CHOC pediatric surgeon explains the risks.
CHOC wants its patients and families to get to know its specialists. Today, meet Dr. Anjalee Warrier Galion, a pediatric neurologist and sleep specialist.
Ellie's mom thought back pain might be due to a heavy backpack, but her pediatrician diagnosed scoliosis, and referred her to the CHOC Orthopaedic Institute.
For mothers who deliver at St. Joseph Hospital, donating cord blood to the Cord Blood Bank at CHOC Children’s could actually save the life of another person.
CHOC Children’s wants its patients and families to get to know its specialists. Today, meet Dr. Kenneth Kwon, a pediatric emergency medicine specialist.
A registered nurse and lactation consultant at CHOC explains the breastfeeding resources and support available to moms whose newborns are in the NICU.
Children are not just “little adults” and when possible, should be treated by a physician who is specially trained in pediatrics. Their physiology is different, and since they’re still developing, their organs are not always in exactly the same location. In this episode of CHOC Radio,
Dr. David Gibbs, a pediatric surgeon and the director of trauma services at CHOC, discusses:
Hear more from Dr. Gibbs in this podcast:
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Surgery is scary for kids and parents, alike, but not talking about an upcoming surgical procedure can create more fear and anxiety in children. In episode number 29, Child Life ...
The news comes as a shock, usually during the first prenatal ultrasound between the 16th and 20th week of pregnancy. Treatment planning, however, cannot begin too soon when a developing ...
Grace Wu beams as she watches her son Matthew smiling and happy after enjoying his bottle.
“It’s good to see him so happy and active,” she says. “That he could do ...