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Published on May 21, 2014
Children who have cerebral palsy often experience issues with bone and joint alignment, even when their spasticity has been reduced. In this video, Gillette physicians discuss why orthopedic interventions (both surgical and non-surgical) might be needed and options available at Gillette. Pediatric orthopedic surgeon Tom Novacheck, M.D., explains the role of Gillette's James R. Gage Center for Gait and Motion Analysis in diagnosing movement abnormalities and helping physicians recommend appropriate treatments. Patient family testimonials emphasize the benefit of orthopedic care at Gillette on long-term health and quality of life. Gait and Motion Analysis: http://www.gillettechildrens.org/cond...