Alexandra and Noah Wyckoff
Just four days after Noah was born, his mom and doctors knew something was wrong. After testing, Dr. Saundra Kay, at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, determined Noah had Hirschsprung's Disease, a condition of the large intestine. Dr. Kay performed minimally invasive surgery to correct the condition and as you can see, Noah is doing great!
Esophageal Atresia Treatment
Stephanie and Mark Carlson's son, Macklin, was diagnosed with esophageal atresia in November of 2015. After corrective surgery, with Dr. Saundra Kay and Dr. Steve Rothenberg, Maklin is doing very well two years later. Stephanie and Mark talk about their experience at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children.
Dr. Steven Rothenberg
The family travelled to Denver for treatment for their 6 year old daughter from Dubai, UAE. Learn more about the surgery performed by Dr. Steven Rothenberg.
Lindsey and Mark Wilson
As soon as the picture of their twin boys appeared on the ultrasound monitor, Lindsey and Mark Wilson knew something was drastically wrong. One twin appeared stuck, as if shrink-wrapped, to the side of the uterus, while the other fetus was floating around in a sea of fluid. If nothing were done soon, both of their unborn babies would probably die.