At the HSS Lerner Children’s Pavilion, our pediatric patient Michael and his mom Jill discussed how a team of HSS physicians – Drs. Answorth Allen,
Have you ever been concerned about a young child who appears to have knock-knees or bowlegs? What about a youngster whose feet appear to turn
The field of pediatric orthopedics has undergone a remarkable transformation over the years, and the evolution of Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) tells the story.
What are the most commonly asked questions about pediatric orthopedic surgery and anesthesia? Dr. Shevaun Doyle, pediatric orthopedic surgeon, and Dr. Kate DelPizzo, anesthesiologist, answer
About 60 million children and teens ages 6 to 18 participate in organized sports each year. Of those, about 27 percent are involved in only