Physical Therapy for Parents
Doctors often recommend physical therapy for kids who have been injured or have movement problems from an illness, disease, or disability. Learn more about PT.
Occupational Therapy for Parents
Occupational therapy can help improve kids' cognitive, physical, and motor skills and build their self-esteem and sense of accomplishment.
Polydactyly for Parents
Polydactyly is when a baby is born with an extra finger on the hand or an extra toe on the foot. It can be on one or both hands or feet.
Aches, Pains & Injuries - Nemours KidsHealth for Parents
How to handle the inevitable boo-boos of childhood.
Pompe Disease for Parents
Pompe disease is a rare genetic condition that makes muscles get weaker over time.
Arthrogryposis for Parents
Children with arthrogryposis have stiff joints that don't move well. Treatments like splinting, bracing, therapy, and surgery help kids get the best range of motion.
Limb Differences for Parents
Limb differences are when an arm or leg is not shaped in the usual way. Some don't need treatment. For those that do, doctors have a few options.
Newborn Brachial Plexus Injuries for Parents
During childbirth, a brachial plexus injury can happen if the baby's neck is stretched to one side.
Jumper's Knee for Parents
Jumper's knee is an overuse injury that happens when frequent jumping, running, and changing direction damages the patellar tendon.
Legius Syndrome for Parents
Legius syndrome is a rare genetic condition. Kids who have it have multiple café-au-lait spots on their skin and might be slower to walk, talk, and reach other milestones than most kids.