Children's Hospital Colorado

Pediatric Orthopedic Conditions from Head to Toe

We care for patients’ growing muscles, joints and bones through sports medicine, surgery, rehabilitation and research.

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We care for patients’ growing muscles, joints and bones through sports medicine, surgery, rehabilitation, research and more.

Our nationally renowned care team treats all types of pediatric orthopedic conditions, from common breaks and sprains and sports injuries to complex spinal conditions and bone cancers. Whether you're a young athlete with a pain you can't explain, or a parent who isn’t sure how serious your child’s injury is, this list of pediatric orthopedic conditions is a great place to start. And our team of orthopedic specialists at Children’s Hospital Colorado is here when you're ready for an expert to take a look.

Pediatric orthopedic conditions by body part

Didn’t find what you’re looking for?

Although not all rare pediatric orthopedic conditions and injuries may be listed here, we often still treat them. Please call the Orthopedics Institute at 720-777-6600 to ask if we treat a specific condition or to schedule an appointment.

Looking for a second opinion?

If your child has a fracture, orthopedic tumor, spinal condition, sports injury or other orthopedic condition, we can help you feel confident about their care.

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Dr. Frank Scott, Chief of Hand Wrist & Elbow at Children's Hospital Colorado, examines a young girl's hand and wrist.