In the Know episode: Center for Pectus and Chest Wall Anomalies

In this episode of the “In the Know” video series, Dai Chung, M.D., Chief Medical Officer of the Children’s Health℠ and UT Southwestern Joint Pediatric Enterprise and Adam Alder, M.D., Chief of Pediatric Surgery at Children’s Medical Center Plano, Director of the Center for Pectus and Chest Wall Anomalies and Associate Professor at UT Southwestern, dive into the unique expertise and compassionate care provided at the Center for Pectus and Chest Wall Anomalies. Dr. Alder also highlights how Children’s Medical Center Plano is expanding surgical services to meet the needs of the growing community.

About the Center for Pectus and Chest Wall Anomalies

The Center for Pediatric Pectus and Chest Wall Anomalies at Children’s Health delivers comprehensive care to diagnose, evaluate and treat chest wall anomalies in infants, children and teens. Our center is also one of the few in the United States with a dedicated team that is trained in the Dynamic Compression Bracing System. Learn more.

Meet Dr. Adam Alder

Adam Alder, M.D., is a general and thoracic surgeon at Children’s Health, Chief of Pediatric Surgery at Children’s Medical Center Plano, Director of the Center for Pectus and Chest Wall Anomalies and Associate Professor of Surgery at UT Southwestern. Dr. Alder graduated from Tulane University School of Medicine and trained in general surgery at UT Southwestern and Parkland Memorial Hospital. He then completed a fellowship in pediatric surgery at Children's Medical Center of Dallas, UT Southwestern Medical Center. Learn more about Dr. Alder.

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