We are the nation’s leading center for diagnosing and treating infants with craniosynostosis.
Our unique approach minimizes surgical complications, operative time, and blood loss, producing exceptional results with less overall risk to your baby. In our procedure, the prematurely closed suture is released, allowing the infant’s rapidly growing brain to remodel[...]
Program lead and physician assistant for all cleft and craniofacial children from birth to 18 years old. Sees prenatal cleft consults, cleft newborns and mothers following delivery and during NICU stay, patients admitted to the hospital for cleft and craniofacial related surgeries, and post-operative visits in clinic. Runs multidisciplinary team[...]
The UF Multidisciplinary Craniosynostosis Program has a variety of treatment options for Craniosynostosis. At UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital, every child diagnosed with a condition requiring neurosurgical expertise is cared for with an individualized treatment plan. We see patients within just a few days for non-emergency cases and within 24[...]