The hospital even produced a video showing its patients and staff doing “the Arthur,” the Falcons' owner Arthur Blank’s now-famous dance.
The hospital also posted a photo (below) of 17-month-old Wyatt, who has garnered thousands of likes on the hospital's Facebook page. Wyatt was diagnosed with spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia, a rare form of dwarfism. He was later diagnosed with spinal cord stenosis, a condition commonly found in dwarfism, in which a child’s head is disproportionate to his or her smaller frame. Cervical collars were used to reduce pressure and avoid surgery.
Today, thanks to a fashionable set of 30 collars, Wyatt’s spinal stenosis is almost completely resolved, and there is no surgery in his future.