NJ’s Leading Childhood Limb Deformity Specialists

Our specialists are experts in treating all types of childhood limb deformities, including congenital conditions and deformities caused by trauma. Our doctors understand the physical and emotional complexities of childhood limb deformities and treat each child with compassion.

Some of the most common childhood limb deformities we treat include:

We work hard to ensure you and your child are comfortable and confident in your treatment plan.

The goals of treatment for limb deformity are to:

Straighten the affected limb

Correct the limb length

Achieve normal strength and function of the limb

About Dr. Bloom

Dr. Tamir Bloom is a board-certified pediatric orthopedic surgeon who treats children and young adults with a wide spectrum of musculoskeletal problems, including upper and lower extremity deformities, hip dysplasia, fractures, sports injuries, and complex foot disorders such as clubfoot. He has a special interest in neuromuscular conditions such as cerebral palsy and spina bifida.

Hospital Affiliations

Tamir Bloom

About Dr. D’Agostini

Dr. Alexandra D’Agostini is a board-eligible pediatric orthopedic surgeon with a subspecialty interest in neuromuscular disorders, such as cerebral palsy, trauma, fractures, and adolescent injuries. She earned her medical degree from George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences in Washington, D.C., graduating in the top 10% of her class. Dr. D’Agostini completed an Orthopedic Surgery Residency at the University of Illinois in Chicago followed by a Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery Fellowship at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

Hospital Affiliations

Alexandra D'Agostini
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What Patients Are Saying

Our EOS Imaging System

Many parents express concern about exposing their child or teenager to radiation during an X-ray or CT scan. We are physicians, but we are also parents, so we fully appreciate their concern.

Using only about 10% of the radiation of traditional X-rays, EOS imaging is a low-dose x-ray, 2D/3D imaging technology that provides a detailed x-ray image of bones with more accurate information than traditional x-rays. The EOS system allows for more accurate assessment and—as a result—better, more precise treatments.

We are the only pediatric orthopedic practice in northern New Jersey to offer the EOS imaging technology.

Advancements In The Treatment of Clubfoot

Approximately 7 in 1,000 children are born with clubfoot in the United States. Clubfoot occurs when the tendons and muscles connecting your baby’s heel to the leg are shorter than normal, causing the baby’s foot to turn inward. With clubfoot, a baby’s foot may be up to ½” shorter than the other foot and the calf muscles in the affected leg may be smaller than normal, as well. While not typically associated with other conditions, clubfoot can be found in children with other neuromuscular disorders.

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Learn more about the advancements in clubfoot treatment options for your child.

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Know Before Your First Visit

Verify the date and time of your appointment. You may be required to complete new patient paperwork or provide personal information prior to being seen by your doctor. Please arrive approximately 30 minutes prior to your appointment time.

Confirm the address and location of your appointment. The Pediatric Orthopedic Center has four convenient locations in New Jersey. Confirm with the front desk staff the office location for your visit.

Be aware of travel issues and delays. Be mindful of any driving conditions, road construction detours and parking requirements to ensure you arrive for your appointment on time.

Urgent Care for Acute Injuries (Cedar Knolls)

Expert pediatric orthopedic care, no appointment needed. Our board-certified specialists are here to swiftly treat your child’s orthopedic needs, saving you time and worry.

Walk-In Hours Update

*Urgent and Acute Injuries Only during Urgent Care/Walk-in Clinic hours. To find out if your child’s injury qualifies for a walk-in visit, click here. (Walk-in fees may apply.)


Regular Hours: 9am-5pm
Walk-in Hours* (Cedar Knolls): 5pm-8pm


Regular Hours: 9am-5pm
Walk-in Hours* (Cedar Knolls): 5pm-8pm


Regular Hours: 9am-5pm
Walk-in Hours* (Cedar Knolls): 5pm-8pm


Regular Hours: 9am-5pm
Walk-in Hours* (Cedar Knolls): 5pm-8pm


Regular Hours: 8am-5pm
NO walk-in hours.


Walk-in Hours* (Cedar Knolls): 10am-2pm

Sunday: Closed

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