Babies with Goldenhar Syndrome have facial differences including missing or partial ear, cleft lip/palate and small jaw, and a spine curve. Craniofacial surgeons reconstruct face, ear and palate. Orthopedic surgeons straighten the spine.
Shriners Children’s teams of specialists treat the physical, social, emotional and developmental challenges of craniofacial conditions like cleft palate to help children live full, healthy lives.
The speech therapy services available to patients at Shriners Children’s benefit children from birth through adolescence who have difficulties with communication and swallowing.
Shriners Children's provides a wide range of treatment and services for rheumatic diseases. Everything from testing, imaging, splinting and surveys, to rehabilitation is available at many locations.
Shriners Children's provides compassionate care for children with bowel disorders and digestive system issues.
Shriners Children's provides specialized care for children with caudal regression syndrome and other colorectal and gastrointestinal (GI) health problems.
Marfan syndrome is a rare inherited disorder that affects connective tissue. At Shriners Children's, your child will receive comprehensive care for this condition.
Shriners Children's skilled physicians have vast experience treating amniotic band syndrome, also known as ABS, which starts in the womb when string-like strands entangle a developing baby.
Shriners Children’s provides the full spectrum of pediatric orthopedic care. It's everything from fracture care and casting for broken bones, to surgery and rehabilitation.
Podcast with Dr. Chad Purnell on Craniofacial Microsomia and his joint Shriners Children’s/Georgia Tech research grant.