Learn more about how we use minimally invasive procedures to treat benign bone tumors and cysts in children at Children's Health.
Programs and Services
Orthopedics offers comprehensive care for children suffering from injuries and conditions affecting the musculoskeletal system, including bone fractures. Children’s Health orthopedic department treats more children with bone fractures than any other medical center in the Dallas/Fort Worth region.
Pediatric orthopedic specialists treat injuries, diseases and disorders of the musculoskeletal system. This includes the bones and the structures that support bones and movement, such as joints, ligaments, tendons, nerves and muscles.
Orthopedics offers comprehensive care for children suffering from injuries and conditions affecting the musculoskeletal system.
The goal of occupational therapy is to help patients develop, maintain, or recover motor skills related to daily life. This involves adapting the environment, modifying a specific task, and teaching a skill. Children’s Health patient-centered treatment helps your child achieve appropriate individual goals.
At Children’s Health, our physical therapists provide inpatient and outpatient services for young patients who have diverse medical, oncologic, neurologic, orthopedic and developmental-related conditions. Physical therapy is often applied alongside other rehabilitation services, such as occupational therapy.
Pediatric trauma care presents significant challenges, due to the anatomical and physiologic differences between children and adults. The treatment and management of the two populations are substantially different – so pediatric trauma healthcare professionals have a specialized expertise.
Arthrogryposis occurs when a joint is permanently bent or straight. The condition does not worsen over time and treatment can help. Learn more.
Jarcho-Levin syndrome is a rare, genetic condition that affects the formation of the spine and ribs causing a smaller torso. Learn more.
Jeune syndrome is a rare, genetic condition that can lead to respiratory difficulties because of a confined chest cavity. Learn more.
Paget’s disease causes misshapen, weak bones throughout the skeleton. Learn about how this affects a child’s bone development.
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