Letter: Local New Jersey Doctor was right choice for son’s surgery

"Recently, our 19-year-old son had to have surgery for pectus excavatum, also known to some people as, “sunken chest.” It is not a common problem that can be solved easily. The surgery involves putting a metal bar inside your chest lifting your rib cage to its correct position and sometimes having to place a bar

By |2018-07-31T07:55:13+00:00February 9th, 2018|Categories: Nuss Procedure for Children & Teens, Pectus Excavatum Surgery|0 Comments

Pectus Excavatum Surgical Recovery Post-Op Video

In this video, Kate Grace, RPT, OPA-C (Evolve Physical Therapy + Advanced Wellness) and Dr. Barry LoSasso (Director of the Center of Excellence since 2006), discuss the role of physical therapy and how it can enhance and improve the results of the Nuss Procedure. They hope this video will fill an existing void in a