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CHKD Center for Bone Health Celebrates Successful First Year

Author: Caroline Campbell
Published Date: Friday, October 13, 2017

Did you know Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters offers a bone health clinic? In its first year, the CHKD Center for Bone Health has helped dozens of pediatric patients experiencing issues related to weak bones.

CHKD’s Center for Bone Health is the only bone health clinic in Virginia exclusively for children. We specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of weak bones using a collaborative team of pediatric experts. This comprehensive approach focuses on reducing fracture risk, accelerating healing, and preventing re-fractures in our growing patients.

Patients receive comprehensive care from a team of pediatric bone health experts including pediatric endocrinologists, pediatric orthopedic surgeons, exercise physiologists and registered dietitians.

Click here to learn more.

Watch | Dr. Allison Tenfelde, pediatric orthopedic surgeon at CHKD, shares more in this parenting segment on WVEC-13 News Now.

About Caroline Campbell

Prior to joining CHKD as a physician liaison, Campbell worked for four years as an exercise physiologist and business development manager for NovaCare Rehabilitation and was responsible for outpatient physical therapy facilities in Delaware, Maryland, Southeast Pennsylvania, and Washington, D.C. She has a Bachelors of Science degree in exercise science from the University of Delaware, with a concentration in kinesiology and applied physiology and a minor in Spanish.