Hosptial for Special Surgery is bright and brilliant

I remember when I was pregnant the first time reading any child care information I could get my hands on. I read books, magazines, and any brochure I could pick up on my monthly doctor visits. I sent away for information and subscribed to every parenting magazine I could find.

I don't remember reading any books on what to do if your child breaks a bone, or needs special medical attention. My kids have had injuries from playing in the backyard to playing sports.
My oldest daughter broke her arm when she fell off a teeter totter while we were at our Summer Camp. We had to go to the hospital in the area and I was not too comfortable with the whole experience to say the least. And the Teeter totter was removed promptly.

Finding a doctor and facility that I am comfortable with is at the top of my list all the time.  I look for a well know facility, well known doctors and staff, and I even look to see what their waiting room is like. You have to pick the best place you feel comfortable with, after all they are your kids.

Watch the video below to learn more about Hospital for Special Surgery and see some of the Staff, the beautiful rooms filled with light and colors, and the waiting room for parents that looks out onto the river in New York City.

Hospital for Special Surgery is a world leader in orthopedics, rheumatology and rehabilitation. Located in New York City, HSS recently opened the CA Technologies Rehabilitation Center at the Children's Pavilion providing comprehensive, individualized rehabilitation for both inpatients and outpatients from birth to 21 years. Its multidisciplinary staff includes physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech-language pathologists.

 


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Disclosure: I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Hospital for Special Surgery. A small donation to a charity of my choice was made in my name as a thank you for participating. You should consult with your physician or other health care provider before beginning any rehabilitation/therapy, sports training, or exercise program.