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Clinical Programs

Our specialists partner with other multidisciplinary programs at Yale New Haven Children's Hospital. These programs include:

Cerebral Palsy Lifespan Program

Multidisciplinary care for individuals with cerebral palsy and neuro-developmental disorders. 

Clubfoot Program

Expert care for clubfoot using the Ponseti method of weekly manipulation and casting.

Hip Dysplasia Program

Specialty care for newborns through adolescents with developmental dysplasia of the hip.

Limb Lengthening and Reconstruction Program

Multidisciplinary care for complex limb reconstruction, including limb lengthening, deformity correction, and prosthetic care for children with limb loss. 

Metabolic Bone Disease Program

Multidisciplinary care for children and adolescents with bone disorders, including rickets, osteogenesis imperfecta and other bone diseases.

Pediatric and Adolescent Sports Medicine Program

Specializing in the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of sports injuries, optimizing the performance of the growing athlete. 

Pediatric Fracture Program

Pediatric fractures are unique because children's bones are still growing. Our pediatric specialists are experts in treating broken bones to provide the best outcomes for growing kids. 

Pediatric Muscular Dystrophy Program

One of only a few programs in New England to provide multidisciplinary care for the diagnosis and treatment of children and teenagers with muscular dystrophy and other neuromuscular disorders.

Learn more about Muscular Dystrophy

Pediatric Spine Program

Offering innovative therapies and treatments with non-surgical and surgical options for children with conditions affecting the spine such as scoliosis/kyphosis, cervical conditions, thoracic/lumbar conditions, neuromuscular conditions, lesions, spinal injuries and spinal cord conditions. 

Learn more about our Pediatric Spine Program

Pediatric Upper Extremity Program

Expert care for congenital upper extremity differences and brachial plexus birth palsies.