Boy's Arthritis Pain Is Sent Running
In 2009, Nick Pecoraro was diagnosed with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA). Under the medical care of pediatric rheumatology specialist Karen Onel, MD, Nick's condition improved significantly. With treatment and occupational therapy, he began participating -- and excelling -- in athletic activities. In 2012, Nick became the first athlete in his school to qualify for the state cross-country meet.
Physician Thanked for Seeing a Patient Through
When Skylar Houseman's family learned that juvenile idiopathic arthritis and uveitis placed her at risk for blindness, they sought treatment from pediatric rheumatology specialist Karen Onel, MD. Grateful for Dr. Onel's skilled and compassionate care, Skylar's mom believes this was one of the best decisions she ever made for her daughter.