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15 hours ago

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Liam was diagnosed with early onset scoliosis at just two years old. When his family took him to see a specialist about the worsening curve in his spine, the doctor recommended monitoring Liam until the curve progressed. He would eventually need surgery, but treatment could wait.
That simply wasn’t good enough for Liam’s mom. “It seemed unsettling not to try and act on it now,” she says.
Liam
So, they brought Liam to Shriners Hospitals for Children® — Portland where our doctors suggested the immediate use of casts, which would be followed by braces, to begin straightening Liam’s spine right away.
As part of his treatment plan, Liam gets fitted for a new brace at least once a year. But that’s not keeping him from having a fun and exciting childhood! Liam’s mom is a professional photographer and helps him embrace his scoliosis treatment by turning his braces into superhero costumes and using them in fantastical photoshoots. Every time he gets a new brace, the transformation begins.
At Shriners Hospitals for Children, our doctors, nurses and staff do heroic things for young patients every day, helping them overcome the obstacles associated with orthopaedic conditions, burns, spinal cord injuries, and cleft lip and palate.
And we think you’re a superhero too! Thanks to the kindness and generosity of people like you, we can be there for every child who needs us, regardless of the families’ ability to pay. Your support gives our kids the power they need to hope and heal.
Thank you for everything you do.
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Liam was diagnosed with early onset scoliosis at just two years old. When his family took him to see a specialist about the worsening curve in his spine, the doctor recommended monitoring Liam until the curve progressed. He would eventually need surgery, but treatment could wait.
That simply wasn’t good enough for Liam’s mom. “It seemed unsettling not to try and act on it now,” she says.
Liam
So, they brought Liam to Shriners Hospitals for Children® — Portland where our doctors suggested the immediate use of casts, which would be followed by braces, to begin straightening Liam’s spine right away.
As part of his treatment plan, Liam gets fitted for a new brace at least once a year. But that’s not keeping him from having a fun and exciting childhood! Liam’s mom is a professional photographer and helps him embrace his scoliosis treatment by turning his braces into superhero costumes and using them in fantastical photoshoots. Every time he gets a new brace, the transformation begins.
At Shriners Hospitals for Children, our doctors, nurses and staff do heroic things for young patients every day, helping them overcome the obstacles associated with orthopaedic conditions, burns, spinal cord injuries, and cleft lip and palate.
And we think you’re a superhero too! Thanks to the kindness and generosity of people like you, we can be there for every child who needs us, regardless of the families’ ability to pay. Your support gives our kids the power they need to hope and heal.
Thank you for everything you do.

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What a great little guy

3 days ago

Beja Shriners

In late 2019, we shared with you our plans for a combined Texas facility that would showcase multiple major care disciplines. Today we are pleased to announce that Shriners Hospitals for Children — Houston and Shriners Hospitals for Children — Galveston, have now consolidated their world-renowned specialty pediatric health care services on the Galveston campus and will now be known as Shriners Children’s Texas.
Our dedication to the children and their families remains the same – transforming children’s lives with exceptional health care in a patient- and family-centered environment. Operating on the same campus will position us well to achieve our strategic goals for the future. This change provides us with a modernized and integrated approach to meeting our patients' needs. The main reason for the decision was to improve the system’s efficiency without sacrificing access to the same outstanding care Shriners Hospitals has been able to provide children for almost 100 years.
Merging the two hospitals together into one location not only demonstrates good stewardship for a hospital system that provides care regardless of the family’s ability to pay, but also brings together a team of highly-skilled clinical providers that will deliver “Texas-sized” care for all Shriners Children’s patients.
This strategic vision marks a commitment to transforming how our health care is delivered, while maintaining our mission of providing the highest quality care to children with orthopaedic conditions, burn injuries, cleft lip and palate, and plastic surgery. This is an energizing journey – to grow and to treat more children as we look toward the future. While we anticipate a more formal opening sometime this summer, we wanted to share this tremendous news as we celebrate the furthering of our incredible mission.
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In late 2019, we shared with you our plans for a combined Texas facility that would showcase multiple major care disciplines. Today we are pleased to announce that Shriners Hospitals for Children — Houston and Shriners Hospitals for Children — Galveston, have now consolidated their world-renowned specialty pediatric health care services on the Galveston campus and will now be known as Shriners Children’s Texas. 
Our dedication to the children and their families remains the same – transforming children’s lives with exceptional health care in a patient- and family-centered environment. Operating on the same campus will position us well to achieve our strategic goals for the future. This change provides us with a modernized and integrated approach to meeting our patients needs. The main reason for the decision was to improve the system’s efficiency without sacrificing access to the same outstanding care Shriners Hospitals has been able to provide children for almost 100 years. 
Merging the two hospitals together into one location not only demonstrates good stewardship for a hospital system that provides care regardless of the family’s ability to pay, but also brings together a team of highly-skilled clinical providers that will deliver “Texas-sized” care for all Shriners Children’s patients. 
This strategic vision marks a commitment to transforming how our health care is delivered, while maintaining our mission of providing the highest quality care to children with orthopaedic conditions, burn injuries, cleft lip and palate, and plastic surgery. This is an energizing journey – to grow and to treat more children as we look toward the future. While we anticipate a more formal opening sometime this summer, we wanted to share this tremendous news as we celebrate the furthering of our incredible mission.
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