A CHOC expert explains why teens shouldn’t use creatine and how they can build muscle and prepare for sports instead.
CHOC experts discuss the similarities and differences in symptoms and treatment for muscle strains, muscle sprains and broken bones.
A CHOC sports medicine physician addresses questions about strength training for kids like safety, training programs and weight limits.
CHOC doctors secured a one-time compassionate use FDA approval to use a cutting-edge device to help remove Naomi’s tumor and save her leg.
A CHOC pediatrian and sports medicine specialist offers tips to parents on supporting a safe return to sports for their kids.
CHOC has been chosen from pediatric facilities nationwide to be ranked as one of the best children’s hospitals by U.S. News & World Report.
Dr. Lucy Morizio’s connection to orthopaedics began long before she joined CHOC as director of the Orthopaedic Institute.
Teens who have undergone spinal fusion surgery for scoliosis offer advice and encouragement to other teenagers facing the same procedure.
Casey was diagnosed with scoliosis at 10. At age 17, she had scoliosis surgery at CHOC Hospital. Today, she’s a thriving college student.