Congenital Orthopaedic Anomalies
- Sports Medicine
- Fractures & Trauma
- Congenital Orthopaedic Anomalies
- Hip Preservation
- Hand & Upper Extremity
- Foot & Ankle
- Common Complaints
- Neuromuscular Disorders
- Cerebral Palsy Treatment
- Hip Subluxation & Dislocation in Children with Cerebral Palsy
- Foot Deformities in Cerebral Palsy Patients
- Rotational & Gait Abnormalities Caused by Neuromuscular Conditions
Common Conditions We Treat
Children’s Orthopaedics’ skilled, board eligible and board certified physicians provide the latest and most accurate treatment options for children and adolescents, for both surgical and non-surgical cases. Because children are still growing, care has to be taken in treatment to assure the best possible outcomes in regards to longterm health and bone growth.
Congenital anomalies are often referred to as defects that are present at birth. They may or may not be genetic.
Experience and Expertise
When surgery is indicated, our fellowship–trained pediatric orthopaedic surgeons offer the most advanced and proven techniques in surgery. Surgeries are performed anywhere from 4-6 times per week.