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Pediatric Orthopedics

at Modern Orthopaedics of NJ

Our team specializes specifically in orthopedics treatments for pediatrics.

Learn more below about treatments offered by our Board-Certified Orthopedic doctors.

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Top Orthopedic Care in NJ

De. Peter DeNoble - Orthopedic Surgeon New Jersey

Wayne Office

2025 Hamburg Turnpike, Suite C, Wayne, NJ, 07470

Paramus Office

70 Rt 17 North, Paramus, NJ, 07652

Parsippany Office

3799 Rt. 46, Suite 207, Parsippany, NJ, 07054 - Coming Soon

Pediatric Conditions

Pediatric Elbow Fractures

Pediatric Elbow Fractures: Treatment and Surgery in Wayne & Paramus, NJ

Elbow Fractures
There are three bones that make up the elbow joint and allow you to bend and straighten your arm and turn your palm up and down.

Since children’s bones are still growing, bone fractures in children are unique. Without proper diagnosis and treatment of pediatric fractures, patients can experience future complications. We work with children to make sure their bone fractures are diagnosed and treated correctly so they heal properly.

 

Pediatric Forearm and Wrist Fractures

Pediatric Forearm and Wrist Fractures: Treatment and Surgery in Wayne & Paramus, NJ

Forearm and Wrist Fractures
The forearm is made up of two bones from your elbow to your wrist called your radius and ulna and can break anywhere along their length. Sometimes only one of the bones is broken and other times both bones break. Fractures near the wrist may be associated with a break through or near the growth plate.

Since children’s bones are still growing, bone fractures in children are unique. Without proper diagnosis and treatment of pediatric fractures, patients can experience future complications. We work with children to make sure their bone fractures are diagnosed and treated correctly so they heal properly.

Pediatric Femur (Thigh Bone) Fractures

Pediatric Femur (Thigh Bone) Fractures: Treatment and Surgery in Wayne & Paramus, NJ

Femur (Thigh Bone) Fractures
The femur, or thigh bone, is the largest bone in the body. The top of the femur connects to the pelvis to form the hip joint and the bottom of the femur connects to the tibia or shin bone to form the knee joint.

Since children’s bones are still growing, bone fractures in children are unique. Without proper diagnosis and treatment of pediatric fractures, patients can experience future complications. We work with children to make sure their bone fractures are diagnosed and treated correctly so they heal properly.

Pediatric Ankle Fractures

Pediatric Ankle Fractures: Treatment and Surgery in Wayne & Paramus, NJ

Ankle Fractures
The ankle is a common location for breaks in children. The ankle joint is made up of three bones: the tibia (shin bone), the fibula (smaller bone on the outside of the leg) and the talus (bone beneath the shin bone).

Since children’s bones are still growing, bone fractures in children are unique. Without proper diagnosis and treatment of pediatric fractures, patients can experience future complications. We work with children to make sure their bone fractures are diagnosed and treated correctly so they heal properly.

How To Care For Your Cast

How To Care For Your Cast Tipa from Wayne & Paramus, NJ

Keep your cast DRY! Keep your cast CLEAN! Keep your cast COMFORTABLE!

Since children’s bones are still growing, bone fractures in children are unique. Without proper diagnosis and treatment of pediatric fractures, patients can experience future complications. We work with children to make sure their bone fractures are diagnosed and treated correctly so they heal properly.

 

Does My Child Need A Pediatric Surgery Specialist?

Pediatric Treatment and Surgery in Wayne & Paramus, NJ

Choosing a doctor to take care of your health concerns is always difficult, but when it comes to your child’s health it can be even more challenging. Modern Orthopaedics wants to help you better understand the importance of choosing an orthopedic specialist that has been trained in pediatric care.

Small, growing bones, ligaments, and muscles are different than fully matured ones and need to be treated as such. Understanding the nuances of pediatric orthopedic care is crucial to having good outcomes following an injury or issue. Your doctor needs to recognize your child’s musculoskeletal development to treat them successfully. At Modern Orthopaedics, all our doctors have been trained in pediatric care in each of their particular specialties. This helps ensure that your child will be treated differently than an adult. Our doctors will take the time to assess how each child is maturing and develop a treatment plan accordingly.

You can put your mind at ease knowing that our doctors at Modern Orthopaedics are not only specialists in their field, but also have specific pediatric training. This training has equipped them to treat all pediatric orthopedic problems from simple to the most complex.

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