Does my child have developmental dysplasia of the hip?

Does my child have developmental dysplasia of the hip?

Immediate treatment is necessary in babies and children with developmental dysplasia of the hip. The ball is loose in the hip joint socket and may be easy to dislocate.

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What is Perthes disease?

What is Perthes disease?

The cause of Perthes disease is not know; however most cases can be treated nonsurgically depending on your child’s symptoms.

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Taking care of your child’s cast at home

Taking care of your child’s cast at home

Keep your child’s cast clean and dry by following a few guidelines for caring for your child’s cast.

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What is cerebral palsy and can an orthopedic doctor help?

What is cerebral palsy and can an orthopedic doctor help?

Orthopedic surgeons can help children with cerebral palsy by treating problems with bones, muscles, tendons, nerves or joints.

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What is sever’s disease?

What is sever’s disease?

Children with Sever’s disease usually have symptoms go away on their own within two weeks to two months; however, there are treatment options to relieve pain.

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What is the difference between a strain and a sprain?

What is the difference between a strain and a sprain?

Although there is a difference between a strain and a sprain treatment is usually R.I.C.E. (rest, ice, compression and elevation).

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What is toxic synovitis in kids?

What is toxic synovitis in kids?

Toxic synovitis is a temporary inflammation of the hip, which can cause limping, and pain in a child’s hip and leg.

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What is Osgood-Schlatter disease?

What is Osgood-Schlatter disease?

Osgood-Schlatter disease is a common cause of knee pain in children and can typically be treated without surgery.

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What you should know about children and scoliosis

What you should know about children and scoliosis

Dr. David Schwartz, OrthoIndy spine physician, shares tips all parents should follow when looking for scoliosis.

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Scoliosis patient returns to gymnastics after surgery

Scoliosis patient returns to gymnastics after surgery

Sometimes scoliosis can be corrected without surgery; however, that wasn’t the case for Genova’s severe curve.

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Trauma surgeon saves child’s feet from amputation

Trauma surgeon saves child’s feet from amputation

Riding lawnmower accident brings 3-year-old to OrthoIndy Trauma. After parents nearly lose hope, trauma surgeon is able to avoid amputation.

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After living life “pigeon toed” child finds freedom

After living life “pigeon toed” child finds freedom

Intoeing means that when a child walks or runs the feet turn inward instead of pointing straight ahead. This was Kendall’s reality until she visited OrthoIndy.

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