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The shoulder is one of the largest and most complex joints in the body, providing the flexibility necessary for all kinds of tasks. When your child experiences shoulder pain or dislocation, it can have a severe impact on his or her life. The pediatric shoulder specialists at Providence Children’s Hospital diagnose and treat shoulder symptoms and conditions to help your child get back to the things he or she enjoys.
Care Designed for Your Child
The pediatric orthopedic shoulder specialists at Providence create an individualized treatment plan that helps treat and prevent future shoulder conditions for your child. Our doctors are experts in providing orthopedic care for children, who have needs specific to their growing bodies.
Find out More
To learn more about shoulder treatment from the orthopedic specialists at Providence Children’s Hospital, call (833) 225-8751 or find a doctor online.
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