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octubre 05, 2021 – Jabarry has always dreamed of playing soccer and basketball, but these activities were not possible due to his muscular limitations associated with Cerebral Palsy. He was a candidate for Single Event Multilevel Surgery (SEMLS), a surgical procedure that aims to correct many of these issues in one to two surgeries. After a successful surgery, Jabarry is now taking steps and has had the opportunity to kick a soccer ball and score a goal!

Apoyo familiar de Speak Now For Kids: La historia de Mark

agosto 10, 2020 – Durante los últimos nueve años, Mark Coiras y su familia han llamado a Nicklaus Children’s Hospital su segundo hogar. Hoy, la familia Coiras comparte una parte del recorrido de Mark mientras defienden el acceso a la atención pediátrica y la financiación de Medicaid en apoyo de la Semana del Apoyo Familiar de Speak Now For Kids de este año.

Dr. John Ragheb Contributes to Development of New CDC Guidelines for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

noviembre 02, 2018 – Dr. John Ragheb, Director of the Division of Neurosurgery at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, is among a group of renowned physicians who developed the first evidence-based guideline in the U.S. on mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) and concussions among children, published by the CDC in September.