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Developmental and chronic problems of the bones and joints, such as bone or joint infections, require special care for children. The orthopedic joint specialists at Providence Children’s Hospital are experts in treating children with bone and joint conditions. Bone and joint infections are more common in preschool-aged children due to their rich blood supply in growing bones.
Your Child’s Team
Our multidisciplinary team includes bone and joint surgeons, pediatricians, physical therapists, pathologists, oncologists and more, who provide comprehensive orthopedic care for your child. Our doctors create individualized treatment plans that address your child’s specific needs.
Find out More
To learn more about the orthopedic joint specialists at Providence Children’s Hospital, call (833) 225-8751 or find a doctor online.
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