Connecticut Children's Blog
Connecticut Children's Blog provides important perspective on pediatric health from the same voices that care for our patients at Connecticut Children's Medical Center.
After 15 years and multiple misdiagnoses, Kelly Amato says her son finally found the right doctor and a medical “home” for his rare bone disorder at Connecticut Children’s. Families that have a child with a rare disease search endlessly for a doctor willing to take them in – a doctor willing to believe them and […]
At Connecticut Children’s, some of the top physician-researchers in the nation are doing whatever it takes to transform care for children with rare diseases. We sat down with Gyula Acsadi, MD, PhD, division head of neurology at Connecticut Children’s, to learn more about recent developments in treatments for children with rare neurological disorders. What are […]
Now that fall sports are starting up, it’s a good idea to be mindful of how to keep your young athletes safe on the field. David Wang, MD, MS, chief of Connecticut Children’s Sports Medicine division, shares some ways athletes can prepare for the season. Before athletes head out to the field for practice, what […]
Concussions are one of the top sports-related injuries, and require prompt diagnosis and treatment. We sat down with David Wang, MD, MS, division head of Connecticut Children’s Sports Medicine division, to talk about concussion prevention, how to recognize the signs and symptoms, and what happens if your young athlete sustains a concussion. Are there any […]