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In the newborn population, there are many heart conditions that may need surgery. Many of these heart surgeries are new at least in the past 10 to 20 years.
CHOC's orthopaedic surgeons specialize in repairing and reconstructing knee ligaments in teens and children. Read more about knee ligament injuries, treatment, surgery and recovery exercises.
Exercises are an important part of recovery after ACL knee surgery. Our home exercise guide gives you step-by-step instructions for 1-4 weeks after surgery.
CHOC has been a center for treating pediatric foot and ankle conditions such as clubfoot and flat feet for more than 30 years.
Dr. John Schlechter is an orthopaedic surgeon who treats kids and teens at CHOC. He also leads the CHOC Sports Medicine Program.
Dr. Stephen Tocci is a specialist in orthopaedic surgery who sees patients at CHOC at Mission Hospital.
Dr. Arash Aminian is a board certified physician specializing in orthopedic surgery. He sees kids and teens at CHOC at Mission Hospital.
We know children are still growing. We have the pediatric orthopedic specialists to treat their needs, including scoliosis, hip problems and muscle disease.
CHOC specializes in the Ponseti method, which uses gentle manipulation and casting to correct clubfoot.
Scoliosis is a medical condition in which the spine is curved in either an "s" or "c" shape. If caught early, it can be treated with a bracing program.
Dr. Gennady Kolodenker, DPM, AACFAS is a sports medicine and surgery fellowship trained foot and ankle surgeon in Orange County.
Our skilled orthopaedic specialists use the very latest techniques to lengthen, shorten and reconstruct limbs and give children a normal and active future.
Dr. Neil B. Patel is a podiatrist who treats children and teens in Orange County.
A sprain is a stretch or tear in a ligament, the bands of fibrous tissue that connect our bones at the joints. A strain is also a stretch or tear, but it affects the muscle itself or a tendon.
Dr. Haupt is a board certified podiatrist specializing in sports medicine, flatfoot deformity and bunion deformity.
One of the most common sports injuries in children is from chronic repetitive stress. It is usually at the elbow, the wrist, the ankle, the knee or the foot.
Management of cerebral palsy (CP) includes nonsurgical and surgical options and should be overseen by a multidisciplinary team of specialists.
Dr. Robert J. Spencer is a podiatrist who is on staff at CHOC.