OrthopedicsProviding world-class care for musculoskeletal injuries and related diseases and condition
From birth through early adulthood, bones, joints and muscles (the musculoskeletal system) go through many changes. Because growth and development is happening at such a fast pace, injuries, diseases and conditions affecting a young person’s musculoskeletal system can be challenging to treat.
Children aren’t just small adults: They require a different kind of care.
The team at the top-ranked Herbert J. Louis Center for Pediatric Orthopedics at Phoenix Children’s is expertly trained to care for children and teens who experience musculoskeletal injuries or diseases and conditions impacting musculoskeletal function.
When you choose Phoenix Children’s for your child’s care, you choose an orthopedics team dedicated to caring for the unique needs of children. You can count on us to think about your child’s long-term health and offer them the treatment that’s most appropriate for their stage of development. Our goal is to return your child to normal function and movement as quickly and safely as possible.
Team Approach to Care
Many problems associated with a child’s bones, joints or muscles require care from more than one medical specialty. The Phoenix Children’s orthopedics team partners with experts across the organization to provide the most advanced care. We do this through a number of specialty centers, programs and clinics, like:
- Bone Abnormality Clinic
- Cerebral Palsy Clinic
- Sarcoma Clinic
- Scoliosis Program
- Skeletal Dysplasia and Bone Health Clinic
- Spina Bifida Clinic
- Concussion Clinic
Phoenix Children’s is consistently recognized as a “Best Children’s Hospital” by U.S. News & World Report. We are one of only 24 hospitals nationwide to receive top rankings in every surveyed specialty area, including orthopedics.
Your team at Phoenix Children’s is eager to address your child’s orthopedic needs. To do this, your child’s medical team includes pediatric experts from many other departments and centers like: