Dr. T.S. Park visited Hungary and spoke with Hungarian National Television about the SDR procedure and providing opportunities for children who have not been able to walk.
Meet Alek, a 9 year old from Sweden who is hoping to fulfill his dream to walk on his own two feet.
KSDK highlights the story of an Arkansas family who has adopted five special-needs children from overseas, many of whom are receiving specialized care at St. Louis Children's Hospital.
In the space of a year, Callum Brown’s world has been transformed. He is facing a future of endless possibilities after a life-changing operation helped him start walking unaided for the first time in his life.
Reader's Digest shares the story of Dan Black, a quadripalegic man who donated $30,000 to help a young boy with cerebral palsy achieve his dream of walking independently.
At the age of three, Elodie Wilton underwent an operation to help her walk properly. Reporter James McCarthy caught up with the family four years later to discover she has made remarkable progress.
Before Sam had his operation he couldn’t walk at all. But now he can walk about 150 meters with a frame, without his mom helping him.
Dr. TS Park received a Distinguished Alumni Award from Washington University in November.
St. Louis Children's Hospital makes prestigious U.S. News Honor Roll, ranks #6 on list of Best Children's Hospitals.
Dr. Jan Brunstrom-Hernandez, Director of the Cerebral Palsy Center, is featured by the Associated Press for her work with children who have CP.
A child from Spokane, Washington takes his first steps after traveling to St. Louis for spinal surgery with Dr. T.S. Park.
KSDK aired the fourth episode of The Frontline for Hope on April 6.
Episode 1 of The Frontline for Hope aired on KSDK Saturday, March 16.
St. Louis Kids Magazine highlights the new TV docuseries airing Saturday nights on KSDK.
The new docuseries featuring St. Louis Children's Hospital, The Frontline for Hope, is announced by the St. Louis American.
KSDK introduces us to Christian, a teenager from Florida with cerebral palsy, who wants to walk, run and jump.
9-year-old Willow Emmison-Neal learns to walk after having selective dorsal rhizotomy surgery.
News is quickly travelling across the world as Dr. TS Park carries out a unique operation to change thousands of lives.
A follow up to Ben's story on Britain's Calendar News, 9 months post SDR surgery.
Surgery to help children walk draws parents across world to St. Louis.
BBC Brasil covers the story of Taliesin Campbell who will undergo SDR.
Britain's Calander News featured Ben's trip to St. Louis for SDR surgery.
Dr. Park was featured in the February 2011 edition of the Washington University of St. Louis Magazine.
The British show Inside Out covered Mitchell Spencer's trip to the U.S. for selective dorsal rhizotomy surgery. (Part I)
The British show Inside Out covered Mitchell Spencer's trip to the U.S. for selective dorsal rhizotomy surgery. (Part II)
Procedure proves promising for young cerebral palsy patients.
Life-changing surgery gives Charlotte a new independence.
Tracey used her family's life savings to fly from the UK with her son Lewis for SDR surgery.
Pediatric neurosurgeon Dr. T.S. Park has perfected a life-changing surgery to help improve the mobility of children with cerebral palsy. Kevin Tibbles of NBC News introduces us to Dr. Park and 3-year-old Lili Manasco.
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Learn about Dr. Park's Distinguished Faculty Award.