Today we went to Children's to visit a new doctor - an orthopedist. Our pediatrician sent us based on the new diagnosis Brady has, radioulnar synostosis. She figured an othopedist probably wouldn't do anything at this time because of his age, but moreso to be seen by a professional and get Brady's name in the office.
We saw Dr. Bae who was fantastic - we were in and out of the office within 25 minutes, including weight and height check. We could have stayed longer if I had more questions for him, but it was all pretty simple. Basically, there is nothing they will do for Brady in terms of surgery, now or in the future. His arms go all the way to neutral position (like they are ready to clap) and therefore he will be able to adapt to life. He checked Brady's spine (fine!) and told us to check in with him once a year so he can follow along with Brady's progress and check for other things that are common with William's patients.