Research at Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare consists of four designated areas. Our goal is to improve the lives of children who have disabilities and complex medical conditions by providing leadership in research and clinical care. These focus areas bring clinicians, researchers, and other health care professionals and staff together to perform innovative research on challenging medical conditions, diseases and disorders.
Gait and Motion Analysis Research
Gait and motion analysis research focuses on understanding the basic principles of movement, deciding on and improving treatment options for patients, and measuring outcomes.
Musculoskeletal research at Gillette consists of initiatives related to bone health, lower extremeity conditions and the spine.
Pain and Comfort Research
Pain and comfort research focuses on providing better outcomes, relief and improved patient experiences.
Neuroscience research examines important issues related to neurologic care of Gillette patients, such as diagnosis, prognosis and intervention.