Few things are more heartbreaking than seeing your child in pain. That’s why, at Children’s Minnesota, we have a program, and a philosophy, that’s dedicated to keeping kids as pain-free as possible, whether during a hospital stay, an emergency room visit or recurrent pain like headaches. The interdisciplinary pain program is one of the largest of its kind in the U.S., combining drug and integrative (non-drug therapies), to ease pain in babies, children and teens.
As the longest-running pediatric clinical integrative medicine program in North America, the integrative medicine program is truly unique. We're dedicated to helping kids heal using every tool at our disposal. Here's how your family might meet us:
Choosing where to bring your child for care is a major decision. You need all the information you can get. And you want it in a clear, straightforward form that helps you make the right choice for your family.
At Children's Minnesota, we understand kids and take care of more than their physical well-being – we care for body, mind, and spirit. Children's pediatric integrative medicine program works with medical staff throughout the hospitals and other clinics to address all three. The program is the longest-running pediatric clinical integrative medicine program in North America.
If we’re able to step back and observe our distress, we may notice that it changes, ebbs and flows.
Eliana's story tells of the amazing fortitude of one little girl, the perseverance of her siblings and the compassionate and enduring care of a team of experts.
We're happy to share with you our new podcast, "Children's Pedcast," a conversation about pediatrics.
Children’s Minnesota opens Kiran Stordalen and Horst Rechelbacher Pediatric Pain, Palliative and Integrated Medicine Clinic
The new clinic, the first of its kind in the world, provides both medication and integrative, non-pharmaceutical therapies to children and teenagers.
The Kiran Stordalen and Horst Rechelbacher Pediatric Pain, Palliative and Integrative Medicine Clinic celebrates its grand opening this month.
Stefan Friedrichsdorf, MD, suggests his favorite mobile apps for pain and symptoms management.