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Medical Resources

Physicians & Hospitals


Dr. Harold Van Bosse is a pediatric orthopaedic surgeon at the Arthrogryposis Center at the Shriner’s Hospital for Children in Philadelphia.


Children’ Hospital and Regional Medical Center in Seattle, Washington provides in-patient, emergency, surgical, diagnostic and therapeutic professionals and care services on their main campus and regional clinics.


Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio provides access to medical, surgical, emergency and rehabilitation professionals and services.

Rehabilitation Centers and Programs


 Euro-Peds® National Center for Intensive Pediatric Physical Therapy is a hospital based program in Pontiac, Michigan, for the treatment of children and young adults with Cerebral Palsy and other neuromuscular disorders.


The Hand and Upper Extremity Program at Children’s Hospital Boston (Boston, Massachusetts) provides comprehensive care of all hand and upper extremity conditions in infants and adolescents, through the provision of occupational and physical therapy, splinting, casting, and reconstructive surgery.


Children’s Specialized Hospital, located throughout New Jersey offers a comprehensive array of inpatient and outpatient programs and services. Specialized programs include: Recreational Therapy, Infant Toddler, Neuro-Rehabilitation, Brain Injury, Rehabilitation Technology and Occupational, Physical and Speech Therapy.


Return to Play is a pediatric rehabilitation center providing physical and occupational therapy services in Columbus, Ohio.

The information contained on this site is for general information only and should not be used as a substitution for medical, emotional, legal or financial counsel or advice.  These are presented as resource options and do not constitute a referral or endorsement by Kya’s Krusade.

Our Mission

Kya’s Krusade is a comprehensive resource center, serving children and families affected by physical disabilities, specializing in Arthrogryposis and other less publicized physical disabilities. We offer education and assistance for children from diagnosis through 18 years of age. We strive to form a diverse community network and provide opportunities to enable equal access to all available informational, emotional, medical and financial sources of support