Gritman Therapy Solutions offers an array of programs to help you live a healthy and more comfortable life. Our compassionate, expert staff works with patients of all ages to assist in a variety of ways. We create a welcoming environment to provide you the best opportunity for a full recovery.
About 100 people in the world are living with mosaic triploidy. Eleven-year-old Troy resident Rielynn McCall, son of Madison and Kyle McCall, is a member of that group.
In a normal and healthy fetus, cells contain 46 chromosomes, half inherited from the mother and half from the father. But children born with mosaic triploidy have some cells with 46 chromosomes and others 69.
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On some days Casen Hawkins could be mistaken for a normal 6 1/2-year-old boy. He loves toy trains and cars. He’s always up for wrestling with his older brothers. He can ride a bike — even if like many children his age he still uses his training wheels as a crutch.
But all is not normal. At age 4, in April 2017, Casen was diagnosed with Batten disease, a rare and fatal condition.Read Casen's Experience
Gritman knows how important it is to keep our young athletes healthy and on the field and court. That’s why Gritman and Gritman Therapy Solutions have partnered with the University of Idaho’s Doctor of Athletic Training (DAT) Program to provide the highest level of care to student-athletes in the region.Learn More