Broken or Sprained Ankle

Understand the Difference Between a Broken or Sprained Ankle A broken or sprained ankle is a common injury in children and adolescents. The bones in the ankle comprise the tibia (the shin bone) and the fibula (the smaller bone found outside the ankle). These two bones...

Cerebral Palsy Questions

What are the Most Asked Questions About Cerebral Palsy? As a parent with a child that has cerebral palsy, you may have a lot of things running through your mind and lots of questions about your child’s health, well-being, and future. It is important to know if your...

Buckle Fractures

Buckle Fractures A buckle fracture (also referred to as torus fracture) is the most common fracture in the arms and feet of young children. This form of fracture is ‘incomplete’, which means that the bone does not break completely; instead, the bone bends and has a...

Doctor for Children

Doctor for Children – Orthopedic and Spine Specialists   For centuries, doctors advised that Children need specialized care and require special attention to detail. Finding the right doctor for your child when they’re in pain and injured can amount to...

Limb Lengthening for Children

Limb Lengthening for Children – Height Growth Operations   Limb lengthening for children provides a corrective procedure when your child has a notable difference in the lengths of their arms or legs. The procedures, performed by orthopedic surgeons, will...

Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis 

Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis (SCFE) is a hip condition that affects growing pre-teens and teens. In this condition, the ball at the femoral head slips off the neck of the femur in a backward direction. To keep your child’s...