Tag: "cerebral palsy"
Teen with Cerebral Palsy Now Walks Unassisted Following Minimally Invasive Procedure
Sandy always knew that her son with cerebral palsy would need orthopedic surgery. They avoided it as long as possible. But when he began to lose mobility, stamina, and had 45-degree muscle contractures, surgery was imminent. Read how a less invasive procedure, guided growth of the knee, helped him to walk unassisted!
Cincinnati Children’s patient wins Chopped Junior
A brief summary and link to media story about a patient winning Chopped Junior.
Welcoming New Roadies: 1st Annual BeWell Bike Camp
Our first annual BeWell bike camp helped children with special needs learn how to ride a bike utilizing iCan Shine equipment.
2-Year-Old with Special Needs Receives Modified Electronic “Ferrari”
A brief summary and links to media stories about a boy with cerebral palsy receiving electronic car at the Perlman Center.
Boy with Cerebral Palsy Receives Modified “Ferrari”
A group of Seven Hills Middle School students modified a toy "ferrari" for a boy with cerebral palsy, so that he could play with his older brothers.
Be Well Running Program: Patients Ready For First 5K
Six patients, some with cerebral palsy, will run their first 5K race after months of training with physical therapists, coaches and their running club.
Find A Voice, Give A Voice: Elli Bennett’s Legacy
Five more patients now have the technology they need to make their voices heard thanks, again, to the compassion and generosity of Joy and Scott Bennett. The Bennetts began funding
Congrats Grads! Celebrating the Class of 2015
Congratulations to members of the graduating Class of 2015! Our care teams have had the pleasure of getting to know these incredible young people over the years while they have been patients at
Through my work as a physical therapist, I have had the privilege of meeting a young man named Austin. Austin is 17 years old and lives in Batavia. He has