At Phoenix Children’s Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI) Clinic, we’re focused on preventing fractures, treating bone deformities and providing customized care for each patient. We offer expert care and guidance to families from the earliest moments of their child’s life and continue as they grow.

Our OI Clinic is the only one of its kind in the Southwest. We diagnose and treat children with OI and specialize in even the most complex cases. We’re unique as the only multidisciplinary clinic with specialists trained in OI and metabolic bone disease. Our team is aware of the huge impact OI disease has on families. During our two-day clinic, your child will receive testing and benefit from consultations with the primary clinic team and other Phoenix Children’s specialists.

Our world-class OI team includes an orthopedic surgeon who has performed more than 400 OI-related surgeries, a pediatric clinical geneticist and an endocrinologist who has a deep, personal connection with osteogenesis imperfecta disease. Your child will benefit from leading-edge techniques that can help improve their quality of life.

There are currently more than 20 known genetic causes of OI. Often, OI is inherited from parents who may not know they are carriers. At Phoenix Children’s, we offer comprehensive care for the entire family by performing a family risk evaluation. Our expert team provides care for the most common types of OI, including OI type I, OI type III and OI type IV. Learn more about the full range of OI conditions we treat.

In a continual effort to pursue groundbreaking developments in OI care, Phoenix Children’s OI Clinic is one of just 13 sites that are part of the Longitudinal Study of Osteogenesis Imperfecta conducted by the Brittle Bone Disorders Consortium. This research study is funded by the National Institutes of Health and seeks to improve the health and quality of life of people with OI disease.