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Pediatric Orthopedics

Children receive very special treatment at Tulsa Bone & Joint.

While simple and complex bone fractures are the most common occurrences during these highly active years, Tulsa Bone & Joint is prepared to treat all pediatric Orthopedic problems, both surgical and non-surgical. These include developmental disorders of the hip and foot, correction of angular limb deformities and limb lengthening, scoliosis, and care of the pediatric and adolescent trauma patient.

As children continue to be involved in athletics, particularly in their adolescent years, the practice of Sports Medicine plays an important role in pediatric and adolescent orthopedics. Our sports medicine physician has specific training and experience in the care of the younger athlete including high school football players, soccer players, swimmers, and elite gymnasts. Treatment may include shoulder surgery, knee arthroscopy, and ACL reconstruction.

The goal is to repair the injury first, then strengthen through rehabilitation, and finally, return the athlete to his or her respective sport. If you are suffering from severe joint pain, we welcome you to investigate along with us whether or not this particular operation is appropriate for your own situation.

Conditions & Procedures

Click on the topics below to find out more from the Orthopedic connection website of American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons.

If you or someone you know have any of the above conditions and would like to be advised on the most appropriate treatment, please call (918) 392 1400 to make an appointment.

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