We are constricted with words at times when it comes to our loved ones that have been overtaken by pain and sorrow, particularly when it comes to children. Fortunately, there are individuals out there that are changing the lives of the littlest patients and giving a reason for hope. Today’s post originally appeared in Inside Edition on Sept. 12, 2018. The piece features Tony Adkins, a pediatric neurosurgery physician assistant, who has been dubbed the “dancing doc” of Children’s Hospital in Orange County because he goes the extra mile entertaining his seriously ill young patients with slick dance moves. Click here, to read the full article or watch the video below.
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