Kaleigh Carpenter: One arm, many gifts
September 4, 2013
Kaleigh hasn't let being born without the bottom portion of left arm keep her from pursuing the sports that she loves. Now, she plays tennis at Berry College and is an inspiration to other athletes.
'Back to sleep' may lead to flat spots on babies heads
July 29, 2013
Children's orthotist, Jessica Corso, C.O., L.O. discusses how Tummy Time exercises can improve your babies head shape.
Bailey Moody is especially thankful this year
November 22, 2012
When 11-year-old Bailey Moody learned part of her leg would need to be amputated due to bone cancer she opted for rotationplasty so that she could remain active. With her determination and the help of the Children's Orthotics and Prosthetics team she is getting back to her active lifestyle.
McKenzie Coan will 'never quit' her Olympic dream
August 30, 2012, 11Alive
16-year-old swimmer McKenzie Coan has a disorder that leaves her with weakened bones, but that didn't prevent her from making the 2012 U.S. Paralympic team.
How modern conveniences are flattening our babies heads
May 9, 2012, Breezymama
Aaron Smith, Certified and Licensed Orthotist at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, discusses how easy it is for your baby to develop a flat spot on his head.
Know Your Leader: Diane Waldner, P.T., M.S.
May 6, 2011, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Learn more about Diane Waldner, Orthopaedics Service Line Administrator.
The Weight Factor
Children's prosthetist Brian Giavedoni discusses accommodating the special needs of obese patients orthotics and prosthetics needs.
April 2011, O&P Almanac
Horses help children with prosthetic limbs
April 23, 2011
Horse-assisted clinic provides therapeutic experiences for Children’s Orthotics & Prosthetics Program patients.