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Common Orthopedic Problems in Children

Though often uncomfortable and bothersome, orthopedic problems in children are common. Whether congenital, developmental, or acquired, orthopedic problems in children can arise nearly anywhere on the body including the feet and toes, knees and legs, hips, spine, neck, shoulder, arms, and hands.

Issues Associated with the Feet
Orthopedic problems of the foot can arise due to congenital or developmental issues with the child.

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Recovering From Orthopedic Surgery

Orthopedic surgery requires patient compliance for complete and prompt recovery. Our surgery center nurse will send you home with postoperative instructions and medication. It is very important to follow these instructions completely and accurately in order to prevent complications.  Here are some of the common recommendations for recovering from orthopedic surgery: