Pedro works with our evening volunteers to help put smiles on our patient's faces with games, crafts and laughs. Learn more about him and our Evening Volunteer Program in our staff spotlight.

Get to Know our SRH Staff: Pedro Rodriguez in Volunteer Services
"The Huddle" is our pediatric sports medicine e-newsletter. Sign up online to receive periodic injury prevention tips for young athletes and stay up to date on our future in Frisco.
Spring is around the corner and we have lots of exciting events on the calendar starting with our annual Reverchon Roundup next Saturday, March 4. Visit our website for more information and be sure to follow Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children - Events to get all the latest updates.

Scottish Rite Hospital Events
A very special #ThankYouThursday to the 1,000 individuals that make up our volunteer family. We appreciate all that they do to help us in our mission of giving children back their childhood.
We're excited to announce that we're teaming up with the Dallas Mavericks Basketball Academy and will be the official authority on sports health and injury prevention. Stay tuned for more details.
Some of our patients share their thoughts on love, cupid and the meaning behind today's holiday. We hope you have a wonderful Valentine's Day!
Earlier today, 14 of our amputee patients headed to Winter Park, Co for an unforgettable trip. This week, this group will receive practical recreational therapy, while also having the opportunity to grow, build confidence and bond with others similar to them. Check back on this page and on Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children - Events for updates throughout the week.
Our volunteer Richard Gonzales was last month's Hometown Hero with Clarice Tinsley. He's been a volunteer for eight years and also serves as the vice president of our Volunteer Executive Committee. Watch this clip from FOX 4 News to learn more about him.

Hometown Hero: Richard Gonzalez
It’s never too early to teach young athletes about fueling their body for sports and recovery. Read these nutrition tips from our team.

Nutrition Tips for Young Basketball Players
Aryanna will be joining us on next week's Amputee Ski Trip in Winter Park, Colorado. She's part of a color guard team and hopes to become a forensic pathologist when she grows up. Learn more about her on our website.

Amputee Ski Trip Spotlight: Aryanna, age 14 of Weatherford
Have you heard that we take care of kids' broken bones at our North Campus in Plano? To learn more about our fracture clinic team and walk-in hours, call 469-515-7200 or read more on our website.

Pediatric Fracture Clinic at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children
This month, we’re heading to Winter Park, CO, where 14 of our amputee patients will conquer the slopes. Here’s a look back at some of our favorite #SRHmoments from last year’s ski trip.
A group of our doctors and other hospital staff gathered this morning to listen to a well-known spine specialist, Dr. Behrooz Akbarnia from San Diego. Our team had the opportunity to learn more about the history of Early Onset Scoliosis (EOS) and the different treatment options for this complex condition.
Did you know that more than 2 million kids suffer a concussion each year? Our doctors and researchers are working to better understand concussions and improve treatments. Read more about concussions and how Dr. Miller is working to keep our kids safe in Dallas Child Magazine.

DFWChild - Concussions and kids - what you need to know now
Harrison is another new addition to our 2017 Amputee Ski Trip Team. He enjoys riding bikes and is looking forward to skiing for the first time this year. Read more about him on our website.

Amputee Ski Trip Spotlight: Harrison, age 14 of Burleson
The world-renowned experts in our Prosthetics department combine art and science to craft custom limbs that fit each patient’s needs. Here’s a sneak peek at where the magic happens at Scottish Rite Hospital!
Whether it's greeting patient families or helping behind the scenes, more than 1,000 volunteers contribute to the mission of Scottish Rite Hospital. Volunteers, like Karen, are there every moment, supporting and caring for our patients like a good friend.

This month, we will be giving you a deeper look at our loving volunteers. Join us for volunteer stories, flashbacks and interesting facts....
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Want to know how medical conferences help your young athletes? Read more about last weekend's PRiSM conference hosted at our hospital. Experts from across the country discussed all things pediatric sports medicine.

A Look Inside PRiSM for Parents of Young Athletes
Our patient Paulina was born with fibular hemimelia, which means that she is missing the lower part of both of her legs. The custom prostheses that Paulina received from our hospital helped her pursue her love for dance. See her in action in our #SRHmoments commercial: [ Link ]
Our team is honored to host the 4th annual PRiSM meeting at our hospital. On day one, we had more than 200 attendees come to discuss prevention, treatment and advancements in sports medicine for children and adolescents. We can't wait to see what day two holds!