Did you know we have a young professionals group called Crayon Club? If you're interested in getting involved with the hospital and meeting like-minded people in the Dallas community, we invite you to join Crayon Club for their annual Crawfish Boil on Thursday, April 6. Visit scottishritehospital.org/crayonclub for more information.
Twins Carsen and Cameron do everything together, from snowboarding to visiting our Fracture Clinic. Learn about our services before you need us. Visit scottishritehospital.org/fracture for more.
Growing athletes with injuries need special attention from pediatric specialists. Learn more about bone growth and why youth sports injuries are different from adult injuries.

Have you ever thought about how bones grow?

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#ThankYouThursday to Cotton Patch Cafe for reaching their $100,000 goal for this year's Challenge in just five short days! We celebrated last Thursday with their signature Dr Pepper chocolate cake.
In March, we celebrate Social Work Month and our staff who are dedicated to offering support, comfort and resources so parents can focus on what truly matters, their child. Read our #SRHstaff spotlight on our North Campus Social Worker, David Espinosa.

Get to Know our SRH Staff: David Espinosa, Social Worker

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Case has many talents, both on and off the football field, but he's never let his diagnosis of hip dysplasia get in the way.
Last week, our doctors attended the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) annual meeting. Read more about the Academy and the topics our staff discussed at the conference.

Scottish Rite Hospital Doctors Attend the AAOS Annual Meeting

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Happy St. Patrick's Day! Our patients are sharing their best Irish jigs and their thoughts on leprechauns, luck and that mysterious pot of gold. We hope you have a great weekend.
This week, we're hosting an inaugural international research conference, "Genomic Approaches to Understanding and Treating Scoliosis." Read more about the three-day meeting and the various topics that will be discussed.

Scottish Rite Hospital Hosts Inaugural Genomics Conference

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Our sports medicine team knows young dancers have unique needs. Read our recommendations for being a healthy dancer on our website.

From One Dancer to Another

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Brady's parents noticed that he was having trouble running and took him to see his pediatrician. He was diagnosed with Perthes Disease and after treatment with our orthopedist Dr. Harry Kim, he is now back to his active self! Learn more about his treatment with a Petrie Cast.
Our Child Life program is one of the key pieces to our team approach to care. We value their ability to make sure that our patients have a comfortable and positive experience while at the hospital. Learn more about their services on our website. #ChildLifeMonth

Child Life Spotlight: Empowering Children and Families to Master Challenges in Health Care

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Our patients have an important reminder for you! It's almost time to 'spring forward'. Be sure to set your clock forward one hour on Sunday for daylight saving time.
Claire is full of life and energy. Despite having to be in a body cast after her hip surgery, she and her family made the most of their experience at our hospital. Learn more about her and our team approach to care.
Our hospital has the opportunity to train medical professionals from around the world. Read more about one of our programs, the L. Ray Lawson, M.D., International Spine Fellowship.

L. Ray Lawson, M.D., International Spine Fellowship: Educating Medical Professionals from Around the World

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We are excited to announce that we have received an overwhelming response for this year's Cotton Patch Cafe Challenge. If you would like to participate in this year's Challenge, please do so today, as we anticipate hitting our $100,000 goal by this afternoon. Once that goal is met, the Challenge will be over. Thank you to all who have made this a very successful year! For more details and to...
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Cotton Patch Cafe Challenge

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Our Therapeutic Recreation staff want to see each child be as engaged and independent as possible. Adapted cycles are one way to help a child achieve a dream they might have: riding a bike. Watch this video and read more about the cycles on our website: [ Spr.ly Link ]
Meet Maria, a former patient who was treated at our hospital for osteogenesis imperfecta, or brittle bone disease. Her motivation and courage have been an inspiration to our staff and she's now pursuing her dreams of becoming an pediatric geneticist. Watch her story.
For us, patient care means more than simply treating symptoms. Our doctors and researchers are making breakthrough discoveries and developing leading-edge technologies to improve treatment for orthopedic conditions, such as idiopathic scoliosis.

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