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Duke has been caring for children with cerebral palsy for more than 55 years.
Duke's Cerebral Palsy Clinic, located at the Lenox Baker Children's Hospital, is coordinated to provide comprehensive, interdisciplinary care and minimize the number of trips to the hospital.
Cerebral palsy services include:
Lenox Baker, MD, a former professor at Duke and the first pediatric orthopaedic surgeon in North Carolina, helped to establish the North Carolina Cerebral Palsy Hospital in 1952.
The name of the hospital was subsequently changed to the Lenox Baker Children's Hospital in his honor. The hospital continues to care for children with disabilities at Duke University Medical Center.
To make an appointment or a referral, please contact Christie Preddy, the clinic coordinator, at 919-681-5456.
Physicians offering this service include:
This service is available at: