Department of Orthopedics
Personalized orthopedic care for little backs, bones, muscles and joints.
Medical City Children’s Hospital in Dallas is committed to providing quality, personalized pediatric orthopedic surgery and care for your child in a convenient, family-focused setting. Our multidisciplinary, full-service children’s hospital is home to a pediatric orthopedic team, including skilled pediatric orthopedic surgeons, with advanced training and experience providing specialized care for infants, children and adolescents in need of the full range of acute trauma, spinal deformity, sports injury and general orthopedic care.
“From start to finish, top to bottom, we had the most wonderful experience. Dr. Corey Gill did an incredible job on my son’s arm.” — Alexa Conomos
Medical City Children’s Hospital is one of the few facilities in the nation to offer pediatric spinal reconstructive surgery and revision surgery. Whether your child needs a delicate surgical procedure, testing for scoliosis or a neon waterproof cast, we’ll work one-on-one with you and your child’s primary care physician to develop a comprehensive, customized treatment plan.
Pediatric Orthopedic Conditions We Treat Include:
- Benign tumors and cysts
- Broken bones, fractures and sprains
- Cerebral Palsy
- Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip (DDH)
- Hand injuries
- Flat foot
- Knee pain
- Leg length differences
- Legg-Calve-Perthes disease
- Muscular Dystrophy
- Osgood-Schlatter disease
- Skeletal and muscular conditions and diseases
- Spina bifida
Expert Orthopedic Care for Your Child
Our pediatric orthopedic team works with specialists from related fields — including pediatric scoliosis and spine — to ensure your child receives the most comprehensive care possible. Should your child need it, our Level IV Neonatal Intensive Care Unit provides the highest level of care in Dallas, and our dedicated children’s ER has private rooms with space for you to stay with your child.
If your child is injured and you’re unsure whether a trip to the ER is necessary, this video featuring Dr. Corey Gill should clear things up.