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  • 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.