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April Patient of the Month: Lucky
Lucky started going to physical therapy when he was two because of the delays with sitting up and rolling over. His physical therapist noticed that the problem was not muscular but skeletal, a condition that she couldn't treat. The pediatrician told Janie and Greg, Lucky’s parents, about Nicklaus Children's Hospital. When Janie and Greg visited Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, they met Dr. Harry L Shufflebarger, Pediatric Spinal Surgery Director. He performed the necessary surgeries and now Lucky can enjoy a healthy life.
August Patient of the Month: Piero
Meet our August Patient of the Month, Piero. Born at just 27 weeks old, Piero had to be admitted into the NICU at the hospital where he was born and was intubated to allow his lungs to continue developing.
Strength Training in the Adolescent Population
Exercise is the physical exertion of the body - making the body perform a physical activity which results in a healthy or healthier level of physical such as cardiovascular exercise (aerobic and anaerobic), strength/resistance training, balance and proprioception training, etc.
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Facts about the Orthopedic Surgery Program and Center for Spinal Disorders

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Nicklaus Children’s Hospital Recognized for Excellence in Patient Care
Nicklaus Children’s has more inpatient units recognized with Beacon Awards than any other children’s hospital in the nation.

Gran Apertura del Pabellón de Cuidado Pediátrico Avanzado
Un hito importante para nuestra organización: el pabellón de cuidado pediátrico avanzado (APCP por sus siglas en ingles) en el Nicklaus Children’s Hospital es una torre de seis pisos y 213,000 pies cuadrados que alberga los cuidados críticos del hospital y un ambiente con mayor atención para la población pediátrica. De las 289 camas del hospital, 189 están ubicadas ahora en la nueva torre.