While you wait to be seen what do you do? Make silly faces of course!
Here's an areial view of her legs.
Amaya getting checked out by the resident. I'm always happy when there is female because it encourages Amaya that she can achieve her dream of becoming an orthopedic surgeon. Amaya was hoping she could get a coat like the "real doctors" wear.
Here's a look at her current x-ray.
You can see the eight plate and I could definitely tell her femur was straighter.
We got to look at a model of the PRECISE lengthening device.
This is what Dr. Nelson will use for Amaya's next lengthening.
While we waited we looked through the book, Together We Move, we found an article on Dr. Nelson and the amazing work he did after the Haiti earthquake. He is an amazing surgeon and kind man. We are so fortunate to have him treating Amaya.
Dr. Nelson got a good view of Amaya's knee and leg as she stood.
He said that when we take her next x-rays she needs to stand this way (with her foot turned inward) so that he can get an accurate look at her femur.