As a parent, you want the highest quality of care for your child.
Our Pediatric Orthopedic physicians specialize in the comprehensive array of orthopedic conditions, ranging from fracture care, sports injuries, congenital/acquired conditions such as hip dysplasia and club foot, scoliosis to evaluation and treatment of spine and limb deformities. For this reason, you can trust our expertly trained physicians, Drs. Kishan, Hostin and Wiesman to provide quality diagnosis and care for children, adolescents and teenagers with orthopedic conditions or deformities.
Our highly experienced pediatric orthopedic surgeons will determine the source of your child’s pain and treat conservatively. We strive to establish a family centered treatment plan for our patients. We are not only concerned about the present, but about how our patients will grow and develop in the future. Our team consists of board-certified physicians, numerous office and surgery staff, casting specialists, and physician assistants. As well as, collaborating with pediatricians, family physicians, and physical therapists for all inclusive care.
Our philosophy is to treat each child with the utmost compassion and experienced individualized care. We treat our patients just as we would expect for our own children.
Whether you suspect that your child may have a fractured bone from a sports injury. Or if you want to determine if your child may have scoliosis, you can have confidence in our team. Our board-certified, fellowship-trained pediatric orthopedic surgeons have successfully performed more than 5,900 surgeries.
Over the years, our practice has built a comprehensive pediatric orthopedic program. We assure you, as a parent, you have a trusted resource for all your child’s orthopedic needs.
Therefore, when developing our pediatric orthopedic practice years ago, we wanted to serve those parents who have busy schedules to juggle. That’s why we have Fracture Care Clinics every day! One of our locations are close to you and is ready for you and your child. Our Fracture Care Clinics are conveniently located in Arlington, Dallas, Frisco and McKinney. The Fracture Care Clinic allows you to bring your child in without an appointment. To sum it up, if you suspect a broken bone come see us at one of our clinics. You and your child will receive quick attention to your possible fracture and avoid long wait times in the emergency waiting rooms.
First, one of our fracture care experts will examine your child’s broken bone. In the event, that your child needs an X-ray you can get it done in our office. Next, if you need a splint or a cast, we have those too. We are a full service fracture care clinic. Also, if surgery is the best choice to help your child’s fracture heal correctly; we can help get that scheduled for you too. We work closely with Medical City Hospital and have access to their facility every day. Overall, you and your child will be on the road to recovery as quickly as possible.
“Orthopedic surgeons who only focus on adults may not factor in the need to pay close attention to growth plates. Growth plates are growing tissue on the ends of long bones of children and adolescents. When treating a child’s injury, your pediatric orthopedic physician will also evaluate your child’s growth plate to ensure the bone heals correctly.” says Dr. Shyam Kishan. “Growth plates are the weakest areas of a child’s growing skeleton. Because they are weak, it makes them extremely vulnerable to injuries and must be considered when diagnosing and recommending the right treatment.”
Knowing that in some cases scoliosis is a genetic disease, Drs. Shyam Kishan, Richard Hostin and Kathryn Wiesman are leaders in scoliosis treatment for all ages from children through adults. If your child’s scoliosis progresses as they age, you will have consistent care. Therefore, is no “aging-out” of our care, we continue to treat our patients as long as you need us. Our physicians will be available to your child as he or she matures. Your physician will have a medical evidence based treatment plan for your child through adulthood with the same leading orthopedic physician team.
A second opinion is recommended if your child has been diagnosed with scoliosis. With a second opinion, by on one of our experts, you can be assured as to the type and progression of his or her’s unique condition. Based on these two factors our physicians can give you, the parent, research-based individualized treatment options, starting with conservative treatments. In most cases, it is important to establish a baseline diagnosis to refer to as your child’s bones grow and develop.
“We want our parents to be informed and aware of the signs of orthopedic conditions,” says Dr. Richard Hostin. “Please take the Scoliosis Quiz to help determine if you need to speak with our pediatric scoliosis experts about your child.”
Our Pediatric Orthopedic practice is known for developing innovative treatment and providing world-class care. We see a wide variety of conditions that affect the growing muscles, joints and bones of children and teenagers.
Our team, led by Dr. Kishan, Dr. Hostin, and Dr. Wiesman, studies and treats problems affecting the growing bones, joints and muscles of children. Click here to learn more about each service we offer.
7777 Forest Lane
Dallas, Texas 75230
Office is open 8:00 am - 4:00 pm daily. Our Fracture Clinic walk-in hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 8:00 am - 10:30 am and Friday 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm.
5680 Frisco Square Blvd.
Frisco, TX 75034
Our Fracture Clinic walk-in hours are Monday 8:00 am - 11:30 am, Tuesday 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm, Wednesday 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm, Thursday 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm and Friday 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm. 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm by appointment only.
4510 Medical Center Dr
McKinney, TX 75069
Our Fracture Clinic walk-in hours are Monday 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm, Tuesday 8:00 am - 11:30 am, Wednesday 8:00 am - 11:30 am and 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm by appointment only, Thursday 8:00 am - 11:30 am and Friday the clinic is closed.
515 W. Mayfield Road
Arlington, TX 76014
Our Fracture Care Clinic walk-in hours are Monday and Friday 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm.
Your child deserves the best orthopedic care possible if they are in pain from fractured bones or scoliosis.
Call 214-556-0590 today and have our compassionate staff schedule your appointment with us.