Upper Airway Imaging
The upper airway includes the nose, nasal cavity, mouth, throat (pharynx) and voice box (larynx). Upper airway imaging looks for narrowing in these areas, which can be common for children with craniofacial and neuromuscular conditions.
Shriners Children’s offers specialized facial and dental imaging (X-rays) for children with craniofacial differences. The painless process helps surgeons and doctors understand each child’s unique facial anatomy to plan treatment.
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.
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.
Pediatric specialty care for children throughout Texas and beyond
Shriners Children's radiology and imaging services are a noninvasive way for physicians to see what's going on inside a child's body. Our radiology and imaging professionals work to do this in the safest way possible.
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.
At Shriners Children's, every family can expect our pediatric spine and spinal cord surgeons to provide compassion, respect and a treatment plan that utilizes the most current clinical and scientific research.
Podcast with Dr. Krister Freese about conditions that affect a child's upper extremity and the different services provided at Shriners Children's Portland.
Podcast with Richard Bennewate, manager of Radiology at Shriners Children's Portland, discussing advancements in the field of radiology, and what makes their processes unique compared to other children's hospitals.