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Pediatric Orthopedics

Children’s Orthopedics in Southeast Wisconsin

If your child experiences an injury to or developmental condition of the bones, muscles or spine, you need the best medical care in Southeast Wisconsin. That’s why you’ll want to turn to Midwest Orthopedic Specialty Hospital.

Your family benefits from our specially trained children's orthopedic doctors, nurses, and physical and occupational therapists, who maintain the highest level of expertise in youths’ musculoskeletal systems. Our children's orthopedic doctors' sole focus is helping your baby, child, teenager or young adult live life to the fullest.

Pediatric Conditions We Treat

Trust Midwest Orthopedic Specialty Hospital to provide expert treatment of a broad range of children's orthopedic conditions, including:

  • Bone conditions
    • Fractures – Broken bones
    • Benign tumors – Unusual growths that may cause dull aches
    • Developmental abnormalities – Conditions that appear at birth or soon afterward
  • Clubfoot – A foot twisted out of shape
  • Developmental hip dysplasia – Hip dislocation
  • Flat foot – Underdevelopment of the foot’s arch
  • Nursemaid’s elbow – Dislocated forearm bone
  • Sports injuries, including sprains and strains
  • Slipped capital femoral epiphysis (SCFE) – Displacement of the head of the thighbone
  • Neuromuscular disorders 
    • Cerebral palsy – An illness involving abnormal movements and reduced communication skills
    • Muscular dystrophy – Weakness and loss of muscle
    • Spina bifida – Incomplete development of the brain and spine
  • Abnormally curved spine
    • Kyphosis – Rounding of the back
    • Lordosis – Inward curving of the lower spine
    • Scoliosis – Sideways curving of the spine
  • Perthes disease – Breakdown of the top of the thigh bone

Compassionate Care for Your Family

We create a personalized treatment plan that may include physical therapy, bracing, splinting or surgery to help your child’s bones and muscles grow as strong and healthy as possible. You’ll find encouraging, supportive partners who answer your questions in clear, understandable ways and help make your child comfortable with our treatment.

Related Health Resources

  • Cast Types and Maintenance Instructions

    The outside of a cast can be made of plaster or fiberglass. Cotton and synthetic materials line the inside of the cast to make it soft and to provide padding around bony areas, such as the wrist or elbow.

  • Clubfoot

    Detailed information on clubfoot, including causes, risk factors, diagnosis, treatment, and cast care

  • Congenital Limb Defects

    Congenital limb defects happen when a portion or the entire upper or lower limb fails to form normally when the baby is developing in the uterus.

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