Meet the Norton Children’s Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Team

Norton Children’s pediatric plastic and reconstructive surgery specialists care for children and teens who need restoration, repair or reconstruction of body structures due to an injury or medical condition.

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Norton Children’s Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

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Head and facial injuries from motorized scooters on the rise

Motorized scooters are becoming more popular in Louisville and major cities across the United States. But this new transportation fad comes with a potential serious health risk. According to a study in the American Journal of […]

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Why do babies wear helmets?

Have you ever seen a baby in headgear and wondered, but didn’t want to ask mom “Why do babies wear helmets?” Also called a cranial orthotic, helmet therapy is a type of treatment prescribed for […]

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What is Treacher Collins syndrome? Ask an 11-year-old

Victoria Dicken is no stranger to challenges. The 11-year-old girl from Louisville has Treacher Collins syndrome. “I’ve lost count of how many surgeries I’ve had,” Victoria said. “At least 20.” Treacher Collins syndrome is a rare genetic […]

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Nurse remembers taking in burn patient with nowhere to go

It was spring of 1985 when 14-year-old Maria appeared in the Norton Children’s Hospital burn unit. She’d been flown to Louisville from Ecuador and she really needed help. More than a third of her body […]

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Making kids feel ‘normal’ again

When asked to write a feature on Norton Children’s Hospital’s newest plastic surgeon, I didn’t know what to expect. Like most, my mind immediately went to the cosmetic side of plastic surgery. After speaking with […]

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Head and facial injuries from motorized scooters on the rise

Motorized scooters are becoming more popular in Louisville and major cities across the United States. But this new transportation fad comes with a potential serious health risk. According to a study in the American Journal of […]

Read Full Story

Why do babies wear helmets?

Have you ever seen a baby in headgear and wondered, but didn’t want to ask mom “Why do babies wear helmets?” Also called a cranial orthotic, helmet therapy is a type of treatment prescribed for […]

Read Full Story

What is Treacher Collins syndrome? Ask an 11-year-old

Victoria Dicken is no stranger to challenges. The 11-year-old girl from Louisville has Treacher Collins syndrome. “I’ve lost count of how many surgeries I’ve had,” Victoria said. “At least 20.” Treacher Collins syndrome is a rare genetic […]

Read Full Story

Nurse remembers taking in burn patient with nowhere to go

It was spring of 1985 when 14-year-old Maria appeared in the Norton Children’s Hospital burn unit. She’d been flown to Louisville from Ecuador and she really needed help. More than a third of her body […]

Read Full Story

Making kids feel ‘normal’ again

When asked to write a feature on Norton Children’s Hospital’s newest plastic surgeon, I didn’t know what to expect. Like most, my mind immediately went to the cosmetic side of plastic surgery. After speaking with […]

Read Full Story

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