While visiting family in Mexico, 11-year-old Mario broke his arm. He was taken to a local clinic where his arm was casted. Upon returning to school, he was still in considerable pain and, of course, needed follow-up care. New x-rays determined his arm had not been re-set properly and follow-up would prove complicated. Our partners at Shriners Hospital are now on the case, evaluating his arm and providing care. His cast has been removed and little by little he is regaining mobility. He’ll be back to playing lunchtime tetherball in no time.