The Woodlands Health Center - SOAR ProgramMAC !, 17198 St. Luke's Way, Suite 300
MAC !, 17198 St. Luke's Way, Suite 300
Edward A. Wright, MD
Sharing in decision making about how to manage a child’s physical difficulties requires an understanding of a child’s condition, the existing treatment options, and the realistic goals of the child and family. The best healthcare decisions are made following collaboration with the family and other interested providers about the purposes, benefits and risks of the treatments being considered.
Optimizing walking for children with physical disabilities
Managing muscle stiffness/ shortening and its complications
Complications of Brain and Spinal Injury and Illness
Gait in Cerebral Palsy
Sonia Pulgar, Savreet Bains, Judith Gooch, Henry Chambers, Garey Noritz, Edward Wright, Tia Goss Sawhney, Bruce Pyenson, and Christine Ferro Prevalence, Patterns and Costs of Care for Children and Adolescents with Cerebral Palsy Enrolled in Medicaid Managed Care. Journal of Managed Care & Specialty Pharmacy - In Press.
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