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Brain Injury

An acquired brain injury (also known as traumatic brain injury) is an injury to the brain that has occurred after birth. It is not hereditary, congenital or degenerative.

Bone, Joint and Spine

From spine issues such as scoliosis to sports injuries, the team at Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital takes care of a wide variety joint and bone conditions.

Developmental Conditions

At Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital, we integrate a variety of services into our programs for children with development issues, such as delays, learning disorders and autism, to create a treatment plan tailored to your child. 

Feeding Disorders

Pediatric feeding disorders should be addressed within a program that encompasses all a child’s medical, psychosocial and rehabilitative needs, such as MWPH’s Comprehensive Feeding Disorder Program.

Neurological

At MWPH, we offer compassionate, coordinated care for a range of neurological disorders, including cerebral palsy and spinal bifida. 

Wounds and Burns

Children with burns or wounds are a highly specialized group that require care from a specialized, pediatric team who can treat and assess their needs. Learn more about wound and burn care from the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Program at Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital.