You asked us, so we’re answering.

Dr. Nina Lightdale-Miric, an orthopaedic surgeon specializing in hand and wrist diseases and disorders at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, answers a viewer’s question: My 14-year-old daughter fractured her ulna bone two years ago, and it has since stopped growing. Is this common, and how can we correct her wrist?

Leave a Comment

All fields required - Verify that you are not a robot below