Pediatric Orthopedics

Our passion is caring for kids. From growth-related conditions to injuries and fractures, we’ll do whatever it takes to get your child moving again.

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A Mission to Get Your Child Moving Again

At INTEGRIS Health, we understand the special needs of children with orthopedic conditions and provide expertise in diagnosing and treating a wide variety of conditions. You can trust that our compassionate and caring environment, advanced surgical and clinical services, and support for children and their families is the right choice for your child’s orthopedic needs. From congenital and hereditary disorders, to growth-related conditions, injuries and fractures, we are committed to working closely with patients to create custom treatment plans that get them moving again. With our network of resources, you can count on INTEGRIS Health for the best pediatric orthopedic care available, from injury or onset to recovery.

The INTEGRIS Health Pediatric Orthopedics Team

At INTEGRIS Health we offer a team approach to orthopedic treatment, drawing on the expertise of a wide variety of disciplines. Your child’s pediatric orthopedics team may include:

  • Pediatricians or Primary Care Physicians initial diagnosis and referrals to specialist.
  • Orthopedic Surgeons bring a detailed understanding of the workings of the musculoskeletal system including diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation. Orthopedists may specialize in certain areas of orthopedic care.
  • Physical Therapists work to improve movement, decrease pain and help children transition back to their daily activities. Physicians may recommend physical therapy for children who have been injured or who have movement problems as a result of an illness, disease or disability.
  • Occupational Therapists are trained to improve the quality of a child’s involvement in their daily functional tasks and may include hand writing, dressing, feeding and grooming themselves along with playing age-appropriate games.
  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R), or Physiatrist: The discipline of restoring lost abilities to a person by considering their physical, psychological, medical, vocational and social needs.
  • Other specialists as required.

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