Tag Archive: Ruth Trivelpiece

Livvie Montgomery is a happy, determined two-year-old who loves bubbles, playing outside and any kind of shopping. In recent months, she’s been surprising her parents daily by using new words and new phrases that she’s recently overheard them saying. Her parents, Meg and Chad, are always very glad to hear Livvie’s happy chatter – even if means they have to watch what they say. Livvie was born with a cleft... View Article

Aug 13 2018

When a baby is born with a cleft lip and/or palate or another craniofacial condition, parents are faced with important decisions about surgery, recovery and ongoing care. Our Center for Craniofacial Care helps families through every step of the surgery and recovery process. The team is led by Dr. Jennifer Rhodes, the only full-time craniofacial and pediatric plastic surgeon in Virginia. She works hand-in-hand with Ruth Trivelpiece, speech therapist and... View Article

Jul 5 2018