From playing sports and tree climbing to congenital disorders, children need special attention to injuries and to disorders of the musculoskeletal system.
The Pediatric Orthopedic Center provides pediatric and adolescent patients with the highest quality care for these injuries and disorders.
All of our orthopedic surgeons are fellowship trained in pediatric orthopedics and scoliosis and have additional training in pediatric orthopedic subspecialties of adolescent sports, trauma, spine deformity, hip disorders, cerebral palsy, foot and ankle surgery, as well as hand surgery. They have all been trained at nationally and internationally renowned programs.
Our pediatric foot and ankle specialists are board certified by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. They have received advanced training in the latest foot and ankle treatment techniques, including both nonoperative treatment and surgery. A conservative treatment philosophy drives them, but when it comes time for surgery, they are up-to-date on the most advanced and effective procedures and pain management techniques.
At The Pediatric Orthopedic Center, we strive to provide the most advanced treatments to return your child back to their favorite sports and activities. We provide treatments for ALL pediatric and adolescent orthopedic conditions, which include joint injuries, sprains, strains, broken bones, sports injuries, ACL and meniscal tears, scoliosis, hip dysplasia, clubfoot and cerebral palsy to name a few.
Your children’s health is our main concern, and we take pride in providing safe and compassionate care while earning your trust in every way.
- Pediatric and adolescent sports injuries with special expertise in arthroscopic procedures including ACL reconstruction and meniscal repairs, shoulder labral repair, and hip arthroscopy
- Conservative and operative treatment of scoliosis as well as other conditions and deformities that affect the spine
- Conservative (Ponsetti) and operative management of clubfoot and other conditions affecting feet
- Overuse injuries in growing children