Helping Young Patients Get Back to Their Active Lives

Every day, our pediatric orthopedic surgeons are helping young people make a comeback after bone, joint or muscle injury has kept them from their normal active lives. Here are just a few of their inspiring stories of overcoming these obstacles with the help of University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital and the Division of Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery.

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Andrew's Story

All parents think that their child is one in a million, but 11-year-old Andrew’s parents have the diagnosis to back it up. Even though his knee problem is extremely rare, the experts at University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital...

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Emilee's Story

Emilee Starling Sixteen-year-old Emilee Starling loves to dance. Whether it is jazz, tap, ballet or contemporary, the high school junior says she cannot imagine life without dancing. For those who see Starling today as she competes in national...

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Sherry's Story

University Hospitals Sports Medicine Program Keeps Three Young Athletes Healthy and Active Maryn, Sherry and Madison Whay. Brooke Whay in foreground. Sherry Whay has three talented daughters who participate in high-level athletic activities,...

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