The Spina Bifida statistics for Kansas are as follows: The number of babies who are born with this medical condition in the state of Kansas have not been tracked on a yearly basis. The state of Kansas has an estimated 872,464 pregnant women: Some are very likely to give birth to babies born with this health issue.

An estimated 252,192 people (representing 9 percent of the population of Kansas) is of Hispanic origin (hispanic people are more susceptible to giving birth to children with SB). There are two SB clinics located in the state of Kansas which provide aid and support to patients affected with this disease. One of them is located in Wichita and the other one is located  in Kansas City.

The Easter Seals Capper Foundation provides extracurricular activities for children.

Spina Bifida Clinics in Kansas

University of Kansas Medical Center

SB Clinic

3901 Rainbow Blvd.

Kansas City, KS 66160

Phone: 913-588-5939

Web site: www.kumc.edu/

 
Special Health Care Services Spinal Cord Clinic

VCSF-SPC

848 N. St. Francis

Wichita, KS 67214

Phone: 316-688-2021

 

Spina Bifida Support Groups in Kansas

SB Kansas City

P.O. Box 1041

Belton, Missouri 64012

816.277.9087
Email: info@sbkc.org

Web site: http://sbkc.org/

 

Spina Bifida Camps for Children in Kansas

Easter Seals Capper Foundation

3500 SW 10th Avenue

Topeka, KS 66604

Contact: Annie Swanson

Voice: (785) 272-4060

Fax: (785) 272-7912

Email: abilities@capper.easterseals.com

Web site: www.capper.easterseals.com

 

Sports & Activities in Kansas

Wheelchair Sports, Inc

3033 W.2nd St.

North–Wichita,KS.67203

Web site: http://wsi.wcsports.org/