Camp Bravo is a week-long acting day-camp for patients with any diagnosis ages 5 and up.
The Prenatal Consultation Program at Shriners Children’s provides expecting parents of infants with certain conditions diagnosed in-utero early access to a team of surgeons with over 150 years combined experience in pediatric orthopedic care.
Hand anomalies (deformities) may be present at birth or appear later in life after an injury. The physicians at Shriners Children’s are here to collaborate on a care plan as unique as your child and their specific hand disorder.
Shriners Children’s caring, compassionate physicians and care teams diagnose and treat pediatric congenital foot deformities in children, from newborns to teens and young adults, often without surgery.
Supernumerary digits (polydactyly) refers to extra fingers or toes that are present at birth. Typically these extra "digits" contain soft tissue and are easy to remove without restricting basic abilities.
Thumb duplication is a form of polydactyly, a congenital condition where a child is born with more than five digits on a hand or foot. Polydactyly may occur in both the hands and feet.