Virtual visits with a CHOC provider via a smart phone, tablet or computer are here to stay and expected to continue growing at a rapid pace.
Dr. Joffre Olaya
The minimally invasive technique leads to shorter hospital stays, reduced bleeding, and allows flexibility for future procedures, if needed.
A first for CHOC, a team led by Dr. Terence Sanger and Dr. Joffre Olaya treats a teen’s movement disorder through deep brain stimulation.
CHOC recently hit its second anniversary of the first Brineura infusion, a novel treatment for CLN2 disease, or late infantile Batten disease.
Five-year-old Ian Higginbotham recently enjoyed his best summer yet. He experienced his first family vacation. He learned to swim and ride a bike. He got himself ready for kindergarten. These are milestones most kids and parents, alike, eagerly welcome. But there was a time when Ian’s parents weren’t certain their son, who was born seemingly […]
CHOC offers the highest level of care for children requiring brachial plexus surgery. Brachial plexus surgery is a complex procedure that repairs damage to the bundle of connected nerves in the neck region. Damage to these nerves is often caused by birth complications, contact sport collisions and automobile accidents. A severe brachial plexus injury can […]