We caught up with pediatric orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Ryan Muchow for our latest Making the Rounds conversation. Dr. Muchow works at Kentucky Children's Hospital and Shriners Hospitals for Children Medical Center – Lexington, where he specializes in hip surgery and hip preservation treatments.
What conditions do you treat?
We treat the entirety of pediatric orthopaedics, from birth ...more
Does a child in your family play sports? If so, there are things you should know about the risks and dangers of childhood concussions.
Concussions are serious, traumatic brain injuries that get worse each time they happen. A second concussion can even be fatal to anyone not yet recovered from the first, a condition called second ...more
Don't miss the video at the end of this post to see highlights from this year's camp!
Patients from Kentucky Children’s Hospital and Shriners Hospitals for Children Medical Center – Lexington learned there are no limits to what they can do at the No Limits Baseball and Softball Camps this past Saturday.
After moving to the UK medical campus ...more
Breastfeeding is a healthy choice for both you and your newborn, but learning how to do it successfully can be challenging.
One important aspect of successful breastfeeding is getting the proper latch. Here’s how to do it:
While holding your baby belly-to-belly, line them up nose-to-nipple and wait for them to open their mouth wide before ...more
For many families across Kentucky, the start of the school year also means the start of the fall sports season.
Almost three out of every four families with school-aged kids have at least one child who plays organized sports. That's great! Sports provide physical, emotional and social benefits for kids of all ages. But with sports unfortunately ...more