After the Saro Splint Comes Off

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After the Saro Splint Comes Off

Postby hannahsmom » Fri May 04, 2007 12:47 pm

Hannah had TT surgery on March 20th and is now out of her splint during the day. Can anyone please tell us what their child's shoulder/scapula looked like after they came out of the splint? We were very surprised at how raised it is - it looks worse than before the surgery.

Also, if the family from Atlanta we were with in Houston - your daughter had surgery the same day and she is 5 - could email us at We have lost your information and would really like to get in touch with you since you were so great and you are on the same timeline as us. We haven't forgotten about you guys, we just lost your information - so sorry.

Hannah Coleman's Mom, Lisa
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Postby hudocrunk2 » Fri May 11, 2007 9:33 am

Our son has only had Mod Quad, so I cannot answer your question based on experience. However, I know the mod quad is designed for results over time and with our son this has proved to be accurate. The benefits of TT may also be linked with time. If you have concerns I would contact Dr. Nath immediately. Based on Dr. Nath's track record, you do not have anything to worry about. Take care,

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