Tobias Wilson loves to dance. But it was only a year ago when he thought it might be taken away from him forever.
Jacob Keefer has spent most of his life going in and out of the hospital.
In the month of June, two lifesaving heart transplants were carried out by a dedicated cardiac team at Levine Children’s Hospital, giving two young boys a new lease on life.
At 5, James had a different daily routine than most kids his age. He’d come home from kindergarten, play for a little while – and then get hooked up to at-home dialysis for the next 12 hours straight.
Dr. Brian Scannell, a Pediatric Orthopedist at Levine Children’s Hospital, met Tobias when he was 15-years-old. His pediatrician had noticed a curvature on his spine. He was diagnosed with Scoliosis.
Finn Koenig is on the move. It’s hard to believe that this happy, healthy 1-year-old weighed just one pound at birth and faced many obstacles in his first few months of life.