Connecticut Children's offers parents and caregivers access to a diverse group of medical professionals, all of whom are trained in specialized care for children of all ages. Whereas many physicians opt to become generalists, our physicians are often board certified in pediatric healthcare, and in specialized care within the pediatric setting. Search alphabetically or by keyword to learn more about the wide range of highly specialized care offered by our physicians and surgeons.
The sound of a child crying in pain is upsetting and can make caregivers and parents feel helpless. At Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, our interdisciplinary pain and palliative medicine physicians use a range of evidence-based methods to treat pain in infants, children and adolescents.
Connecticut Children’s highly skilled physical therapists provide comprehensive evaluation, consultation and diagnostic services to children (birth to age 18) who are affected by acute or chronic illnesses and disabilities, such as cerebral palsy, myelomenigocele, muscle disease, autism spectrum disorders, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, torticollis, plagiocephaly and orthopaedic/sports medicine injuries.
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center is a leading source of pediatric primary care in Connecticut, and home to the largest pediatric primary care center between New York and Boston.
Ranked among the "Best Children's Hospitals" in the nation by U.S. News & World Report for 2013-14, Connecticut Children’s Division of Pulmonary Medicine provides care for lung abnormalities and respiratory disorders in infants, children and adolescents up to 18-years-old.