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Chase Tieber was born in 2009 with a brachial plexus injury. His parents, Suzie and Steve, were worried. Would he be healthy? Would he ever be able to throw a football? They came to Cincinnati Children's because they learned it has one of the only comprehensive pediatric brachial plexus centers in the country. Dr. Mohab Foad performed nerve repair surgery for Chase's injury. Dr. Linda Michaud was his rehab physician. Chase continues occupational therapy with Elizabeth Bauer to strengthen his muscles. Suzie and Steve Tieber found answers at Cincinnati Children's. Will Chase be healthy? Will he ever be able to throw a football? Thanks to the right surgery and therapy at Cincinnati Children's, the answer is yes on both counts.
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