Types of Pediatric Conditions

We understand that these conditions can be overwhelming for parents and children, so we take a multidisciplinary approach to treatment to ensure the best outcomes. Our team is specially trained to treat various conditions that affect children. Some of the common issues addressed include:

Accident-related Injuries

Accident-related Injuries

  • Fractures
  • Growth plate injuries
  • Sprains
  • Dislocations

Accident-related Injuries
A Young Man With Shoulder Pain.

Athletic Wounds

A Young Man With Shoulder Pain.

  • Ligament injuries
  • Achilles Tendonitis
  • Apophysitis

Neurological Diseases

A Woman Experiencing Pain In The Right Hip Area.

  • Cerebral palsy
  • Spina bifida

A Woman Experiencing Pain In The Right Hip Area.
A Woman With Wrist Pain.

Pediatric and Adolescent Hip Conditions

A Woman With Wrist Pain.

  • Slipped capital femoral epiphysis (SCFE)
  • Developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH)
  • Coxa vara
  • Hip impingement

Inborn Abnormalities

  • Clubfeet
  • Brachial Plexus Birth Palsy
  • Polydactyly

Gait and Alignment Disorders

  • In-toeing
  • Out-toeing
  • Toe walking
  • Genu valgum (Knock-kneed)
  • Genu varum (Bow legged)

Child Spinal Issues

  • Scoliosis
  • Spondylolysis
  • Spondylolisthesis
  • Traumatic spine injuries

These conditions require timely intervention and specialized care to ensure proper treatment and recovery.

Treatments
We Specialize In

Orthopedic Specialists offer a range of pediatric orthopedic services and treatments. For instance, we provide cast and splint care to ensure your child’s cast or splint is placed correctly to help relieve pain and expedite healing. Our skilled surgeons can also perform a variety of hand surgeries, including minimally invasive procedures, to restore function and improve quality of life. Additionally, we offer occupational and physical therapy to improve your child’s ability to perform daily tasks and mobility.

We use the latest technologies and techniques to provide our patients with the highest quality of care. Our team is committed to staying up-to-date with the latest research and medical developments to ensure our patients receive the best possible care.

We understand that your child’s orthopedic issues may be causing you stress and worry. Our team is here to support and help you navigate the complex diagnosis and treatment process. We take pride in providing exceptional care that meets the unique needs of each child and family we work with.

Why Choose Orthopedic Specialists

At Orthopedic Specialists, we are committed to providing exceptional pediatric orthopedic care to every patient we work with. We understand that orthopedic issues can be scary and overwhelming, so we strive to provide compassionate care that meets the unique needs of each child. If you're seeking specialized care for your child, please don't hesitate to contact us to schedule an appointment. We look forward to working with you to achieve optimal health and wellness for your child.

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FAQs

A child may need to see an orthopedic doctor when experiencing bone, joint, or muscle issues. These specialists can diagnose and treat growth abnormalities, sports injuries, congenital deformities, and alignment disorders, ensuring the child’s healthy development and well-being.

Pediatric orthopedics focuses on diagnosing and treating bone, joint, and muscle issues in children and adolescents. Orthopedics, in general, addresses similar concerns for patients of all ages. Pediatric orthopedic specialists have additional training to manage young patients’ remarkable growth and development needs.

A child is diagnosed with an orthopedic impairment after a thorough evaluation by a pediatric orthopedic specialist. The process may include a detailed medical history, a physical examination, and diagnostic tests (such as X-rays, MRIs, or CT scans) to identify the specific disorder and develop an appropriate treatment plan.

The most common childhood orthopedic congenital condition is clubfoot, a deformity where the foot is twisted inward and downward. It affects both the bones and soft tissues of the foot. Early diagnosis and treatment are crucial for optimal outcomes and improved mobility for affected children.