Families from around the world come to our program for life-changing osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) care. Our experienced team helps give kids and young adults the best, most active life possible.
Our program is led by renowned specialists in pediatric genetics and orthopedic surgery. We offer team-based care with experts in surgery, rehabilitation therapy, pain management and more. You get everything you need, all in one place.
At Nemours Children’s, we’re researching osteogenesis imperfecta and offering clinical trials, and treatments that aren’t widely available. We provide advanced care for bone fractures, spine problems, limb differences and more. That’s why our orthopedics program at Nemours Children’s Hospital, Delaware is ranked among the best in the country year after year by U.S. News & World Report.
We’re here for your family from the start, even before your baby is born. We coordinate services and guide you every step of the way.
Isaiah was diagnosed with OI before he was born. See how we help him live his best, happiest life.
Every child is different, so our care is tailored to every patient’s very specific needs. Some kids will need more extensive care than others. Our program’s range of services, available on-site when needed, includes:
Our osteogenesis imperfecta team is recognized for improving mobility, activity and strength. We watch your child as they grow and develop. We work to prevent and correct problems early, for better outcomes.
Our Nemours Perinatal Program may use fetal imaging to diagnose OI while your baby is still in the womb. During pregnancy, we plan and coordinate care for after your baby is born.Learn More
Our team helps you understand your child’s condition and how to support them. We offer counseling and help finding community and school services. And when it’s time, we help your child transition into adult health care.Find Out More
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