5 year old Arabella Green, born with Arthrogryposis, dreams of walking.
5 year old Arabella Green from Bathgate dreams of nothing more than being able to walk.
Dad in Scotland vows to help his five-year-old daughter, with Arthrogryposis, walk.
A dad is doing everything in his power to help his five-year-old daughter walk after the loss of her mother.
Dr. Feldman presented on arthrogryposis at the AMCSI live-streamed Zoom Conference, focusing on the team’s published article "A Novel Approach to Increasing the Range of Motion of the Knee -- Data Presented." This piece introduces data that patients and parents frequently ask for focusing on the treatment of AMC knees and hips.
The Paley Institute Director of Rehabilitation, Fran Guardo, and her team, also spoke about Multimodal Treatment for Early Intervention for Arthrogryposis, going more in depth with some of the techniques that we are using to address the early limitations and the outcomes the team is seeing.
The conference was sponsored and hosted by AMC Support, Inc, (AMCSI) whose mission is to provide and encourage more understanding and mutual support among anyone affected with the diagnosis of arthrogryposis (AMC) and create a higher standard of AMC awareness by means of conferences, meetings, and studies.
The online AMC support group amcsupport.org was created by a mother of a child with AMC to provide educational material to parents regarding an AMC diagnosis and resources of information to medical professionals and therapists to assist them in the treatment of a child or person with the diagnosis of AMC.
Dr. Feldman on Heart Scotland News
The dad of a 5 year old girl with severe disabilities, says he’s pinning his hopes on expensive, specialist treatment in the US, which he claims was “rubbished” by doctors here in Scotland.
Dr. Feldman featured on 12 News - Scoliosis Awareness Month
Best of POSNA 2021 - Lower Extremity Subspecialty Day
Megan Young and Philip McClure of Children’s National and the International Center for Limb Lengthening, respectively, moderate the POSNA 2021 virtual Lower Extremity Subspecialty Day episode, discussing key abstracts from the upcoming annual meeting. Featured authors include Vanna Rochi from Navy Medical Center at Portsmouth, Oussama (“Sam”) Abousamra from Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, and David Feldman from the Paley Institute in West Palm Beach. Your host is Craig Louer from Vanderbilt University. Music by A. A. Alto.
Boca Magazine Top Doctors
When it comes to the most complex orthopedic cases in pediatric spine and limb deformities and diseases, patients young and old and their families travel from all 50 states and more than 90 countries to seek the world-renowned expertise of orthopedic expert and Board-Certified Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. David S. Feldman.
Scoliosis Awareness Month
June is Scoliosis Awareness Month and Tiffany Kenney spoke with Dr. David Feldman about the treatable condition.
Internationally renowned hip, spine surgeon repairs deformities
Dr. Feldman is an internationally renowned hip and spine surgeon, and has published numerous authoritative articles on pediatric orthopedic limb and spine surgery. In addition to being recognized as one of the leading experts and innovators in limb lengthening and deformity correction, he also treats some of the most complex hip and spinal deformity patients, offering advanced treatments with excellent outcomes.
'He wants to crawl so bad'; Norfolk family shares story of baby born with rare joint condition
At 34 weeks, Jordan gave birth to a four pound baby boy she and her husband would name Ashton Cole. "Early on in the pregnancy, the doctor found club foot, I was OK with that, but still a little scared," said Burton.
Renowned Palm Beach County doctor performs procedure to help 9-year-old girl from Mongolia walk
She is from Mongolia but in West Palm Beach for a unique surgery followed by therapy to treat arthrogryposis, a condition that leads to stiff joints.
Little girl gets gift of a lifetime this holiday
What makes her story unique is she’s traveled over 7,000 miles from Mongolia to West Palm Beach, away from her family and friends, all to meet Dr. David Feldman, an orthopedic surgeon at the Paley Orthopedic and Spine Institute at St. Mary’s Medical Center.
Michigan girl, 11, born with limp arms and legs has had 17 surgeries to fix rare muscle weakness - but three more could allow her WALK for the first time
An 11-year-old girl born with a rare muscle weakness that has left her wheelchair-bound could soon walk for the first time. Ali Stone, from Muskegon, Michigan, suffers from arthrogryposis multiplex congenita (AMC), which causes curved joints, muscle weakness and stiffness. She's had 17 surgeries to try to fix her clubbed hands and feet, but none of them have worked.
Florida doctor is performing a rare surgery to help a 9-year-old Mongolian girl walk
She is from Mongolia but in West Palm Beach, Florida, for a unique surgery followed by therapy to treat arthrogryposis, a condition that leads to stiff joints. Enkhmurun Aligerma, or "Ali," is like any other 9-year-old girl. Her favorite thing to do is play with Barbies and play with her friends.
Man Takes First Steps Following ‘Miracle’ Surgery for Severely Deformed Limbs
Vincenzo, 22, an Italian man who was born with an extremely rare condition called arthrogryposis shares his experience with the disease and his treatment journey at the Paley Institute.
A Florida doctor is performing a rare surgery to help a 9-year-old girl walk
She is from Mongolia but in West Palm Beach, Florida, for a unique surgery followed by therapy to treat arthrogryposis, a condition that leads to stiff joints.
Eighth Annual ‘Funtasia’ fundraiser offers new hope for rare bone disease
There to accept an award in recognition of his hard work in caring for patients with MHE was Dr. David Feldman of the Paley Institute in West Palm Beach, Florida, who was joined by his family.