Medical Services

Living With and Managing Sickle Cell Disease

The Sickle Cell Disease Program at St. Louis Children's Hospital shares information about living with and managing Sickle Cell Disease.

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Jubi the Brave

Our patients are brave. They face things they don't fully understand with a spirit that continues to astonish us. One of these patients was featured at the 2016 Table Tops Spring Event, an annual fundraising event for St. Louis Children's Hospital. This is her story.

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Clubfoot Stretching Techniques for Newborns

Learn clubfoot stretching techniques for newborns.

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Kinesiotaping for Club Foot

Learn step-by-step taping techniques in this easy to follow instructional video.

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Physician Profile: Jeffrey Nepple, MD

Meet Dr. Nepple

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Physician Profile: Mark Miller, MD

Meet Dr. Miller

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St. Louis Children Compete in First TriMyBest Triathlon

On Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015, 40 athletes, with the help of 250 volunteers, competed in an adaptive triathlon. The event, sponsored by the Carol and Paul Hatfield Cerebral Palsy Sports and Rehabilitation Center, Washington University in St. Louis Triathlon Club and St. Louis Children's Hospital collaborated to provide children of many levels of ability one extraordinary experience.

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Beat NF

The Washington University NF Center at St. Louis Children's Hospital, in collaboration with the St. Louis Children's Hospital Foundation, Jazz St. Louis and the Saigh Foundation, is proud to host Beat NF- a toddler and parent jazz music, motor therapy playgroup focused on developing social skills, attention skills and motor skills in toddlers with NF1 while fostering parent-child interactions, peer interactions, and jazz appreciation.

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Pedal the Cause: Team Colin

For the 2015 Pedal the Cause event, St. Louis Children's Hospital is riding for 10-year-old Colin, who was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumor in 2014. Meet Colin--who despite everything he is going through, has one of the most infectious grins you will ever see--and learn about the difference you can make by participating in Pedal the Cause.

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Yordonis' Story - Surgeons Rebuild His Esophagus

Catch up with Yordanis DelaCruz, profiled in the second season of The Frontline for Hope. The 3-year-old boy lives more than 1,800 miles away from St. Louis, in the Dominican Republic. In his tiny village, he accidentally drank a substance in a soda can, which he thought was soda. It turns out, the can was filled with toxic cleaning chemicals that burned his throat and esophagus. The damage was so extensive, Yordanis could no longer use his esophagus to eat or speak, and he needed a tube in his neck, or a tracheotomy, to breathe.

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