The Spina Bifida statistics for Idaho are as follows: The exact number of babies born with SB has not been tracked on a yearly basis. However, our research has shown that the state of Idaho is home to an estimated 461,000 women who are at high risk of having babies affected with this medical condition.

Around 10 percent of the population residing in the state of Idaho is of Hispanic origin. That number comes up to 152,318 (people of Hispanic origin are at more risk of SB). In Boise, there is a SB clinic called as St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center which provides help and service to patients affected with this health issue. There is also the SB Association of the Intermountain Region in Idaho that is responsible for providing aid to people who are affected with this medical problem.

Spina Bifida Clinics in Idaho

St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center

Children’s Special Health – SB Clinic

100 E Idaho Ste 200

Boise ID 83712

Phone: 208-381-7092

Web site: http://www.stlukesonline.org

 

Spina Bifida Charity in Idaho

SBA of the Intermountain Region

Christi Rauth

National Walk Manager

Phone: 310-359-9611

Email: crauth@sbaa.org

Web: www.sbaofir.org

Walk-N-Roll: www.walknrollnv.org

Sports & Activities in Idaho

ATS Wheelchair & Medical

1610 North Orchard

Boise, ID 83706

(208) 672-1500

Web site: http://recreation-unlimited.org/

 

Achieving New Heights through Adaptive Sports

120 Second Avenue Suite 206

P.O. Box 6791 Ketchum, ID 83340

Phone: (208) 726-9298

Web site: http://www.svasp.org/

 

Awesome Idaho

P.O. Box 2151

McCall, ID 83638

208-315-4275

Email: contact@awesomeidaho.org

Web site: http://www.awesomeidaho.org/