Gregory White, MD, director of the Center for Spine Care at Phoenix Children’s, discusses Phoenix Children’s unique orthopedic capabilities. Whether the solution is state-of-the-art surgery, expert therapy and rehabilitation, or bracing and other nonsurgical option, a safe and effective treatment plan is offered.
To learn more, call 602-933-1941, or make a referral. A pediatric injury is not similar to an adult injury. For example, the way you would treat a broken leg and an eight year old versus an 18 year old is entirely different. And so when you have sub specialists that specialize in pediatric injury, it's important that they have knowledge of, of, you know, the growth plates and the growth patterns in kids and what the typical type of injuries are because a lot of times if they're just in a community setting, some of these injuries can get missed. Uh We, we've come to the point at Phoenix Children's now where we have the ability, the personnel, the teams to handle just about anything that your patient might present with. It's all about the Children and their family and it's very subs specialized care for Children even from infancy all the way up through adolescence. And I think that it's a, it's a big collection of, of uh people who specialize in the, in the treatment of kids and their families. You don't want to have to use us. But if you need us, we're here and we can pretty much handle uh just about any pediatric problem