Shriners Children's skilled physicians use halo traction as a first step in correcting severe scoliosis, kyphosis and other spine deformities. The treatment carefully pulls a child's head and spine up...
Learn how our halo program delivers life-changing results and gives families everywhere hope.
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With a love of unicorns and glitter, patient McKayla’s dynamic personality permeates the halls of Shriners Hospitals for Children — Greenville.
Unusual tightness in your child's muscles (spasticity) or involuntary muscle contractions (dystonia) can interfere with their ability to perform tasks. Tone management services at Shriners Children’s ...
Shriners Children’s pioneered the use of the MAGEC System for treating early onset scoliosis. This magnetic rod-lengthening treatment gently guides the growth of the spine, without repeated surgeries.
Shriners Children's offers treatments for these two rare birth defects that cause a baby to be born with some of their internal organs extending out of the body through a hole in the belly.
Arrya’s eyelids were drooping toward sleep mode as she sat in her wheelchair with her bedazzled halo traction device holding her head upright.
Shriners Children’s treats this rare disorder that causes coordinated contractions in the stomach to become altered and inefficient. When this happens to children, their body stops getting the nutriti...
Apert Syndrome, also known as acrocephalosyndactyly, is a genetic disorder that presents with deformities of the skull, face and limbs. Symptoms include a high forehead, underdeveloped upper jaw and w...