Gracie’s parents were heartbroken to discover she had severe hearing loss. After receiving cochlear implants, she’s thriving.
A child with chronic ear infections or one for whom hearing loss or speech delay are suspected due to fluid buildup, may be a candidate.
CHOC and Providence Speech and Hearing Center collaborate with families to address speech therapy and advanced audiology services.
Penelope had normal hearing the day she was born. When she was 10 months old something changed. Learn how CHOC helped her hear.
Infantile hemangiomas are the most common of benign tumors in children, and most often occur in the head or neck area.
Administering eye drops to small children can be difficult for parents and kids alike. Here are a few tips to help
While most children’s eye injuries are minor, others, like those that often occur in sports, can be serious and require medical attention.
Tonsils are removed less frequently than in the past, but removal may be necessary if they’re causing difficulty breathing and infections.
More than 530,000 tonsillectomies are performed yearly in children ages 15 and younger, but the procedure does require some recovery time.