Losing a limb can overwhelm your child and you, no matter the reason. While your concerns are real and normal, a good prothesis can make your child feel normal again. We offer pediatric prosthetic solutions for both upper and lower extremity conditions.
Pediatric Orthotic Solutions and Braces
Our pediatric orthotic team is ready to help children of all agents from infants to adolescents with a wide range of rehabilitation products and services. We use a multidisciplinary approach to meet the unique needs of your child with individual attention and the highest quality, outcome-based orthotic technology. We will even work with you to ensure your child has the best they can get as he or she grows into adulthood.
Cranial asymmetry is one of the more common forms of plagiocephaly (“flat head syndrome”) in infants. While it can be overwhelming to new parents, we have cranial remodeling orthosis (CRO) helmets that can help simplify your life with the resources you need to make informed decisions about your child’s treatment.
Regardless of what problems your child may have, we have the treatments for it.With over 3 children per 1000 afflicted, cerebral palsy (SP) is the leading cause of childhood disabilities. While it does not change, your child may show different symptoms as he or she develops. Other common neuromuscular conditions we treat include muscular dystrophy, genetic disorders that lead to muscle weakness and degeneration, and spina bifida, a neural tube birth defect.
Scoliosis Brace and Treatment
While the cause is unknown, Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS) is a serious issue for teens. It is an abnormal curvature and twisting of the spine that may occur during adolescence. While usually painless, it can be very noticeable, especially with girls. When that happens, your child may need a a scoliosis brace or surgery.