Category Archives: Surgery

Scoliosis 101

June is Scoliosis awareness month. The goal of which is to highlight the need for education, early detection and awareness about scoliosis. Parents often have questions, including: What causes scoliosis? … Full Entry »

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Colin’s journey

Many of us embark on some sort of journey in our lives. Some of those journeys are chosen, while others are thrust upon you without warning. Colin’s journey began before … Full Entry »

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Saying goodbye to the 2016 Transplant Games of America

Knowing the 2016 Transplant Games of America was coming to a close in Cleveland was a bittersweet occasion. Everyone who attended was sad to part ways and return home until 2018. … Full Entry »

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In 2016 Texas Children’s recognized as 4th best pediatric hospital in U.S.

At Texas Children’s we are excited to again rank fourth among approximately 180 pediatric institutions surveyed by U.S. News & World Report in their 2016-17 edition of Best Children’s Hospitals. … Full Entry »

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Behind the rankings: Heart Center

This post was co-authored by Dr. Charles D. Fraser Jr. and Dr. Daniel Penny. In 1954, an innovative young surgeon and a visionary pediatric cardiologist joined forces at Texas Children’s Hospital … Full Entry »

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