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What to expect at Shriners Hospitals for Children — Salt Lake City.

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Skeletal dysplasia clinic

Skeletal dysplasia clinic

Skeletal dysplasia, is an umbrella term for a group of hundreds of conditions affecting bone and cartilage growth. A child born with skeletal dysplasia could have abnormalities in the size and shape of their legs, arms, trunk or skull. They may be short in stature. Additionally, they may also have arms and legs that are not in proportion with the rest of their body.

The skeletal dysplasia clinic at Shriners Hospitals for Children — Salt Lake City includes providers in the following specialties: orthopaedics; neurology; neurosurgery; ear, nose and throat; genetics and genetic counseling; respiratory therapy; social work; physical and occupational therapy and nutrition. Wheelchair and seating consultation is also available.

Specialized staff:

Shriners Hospitals for Children — Salt Lake City offers a variety of multi-disciplinary clinics at the hospital throughout the year. The unique and personalized approach to patient care offers a one-stop shop for patients with complex medical issues.