Pediatric Orthopedics

Children need orthopedic care that can grow with them.

Why Norton Children’s for the orthopedic care of your child?

Norton Children’s is Louisville’s leader in orthopedic care. Our pediatric orthopedic specialists understand that growing children have their own unique needs, as do their bones and muscles.

Whether it’s a broken bone or a condition that will need a lifetime of care, our pediatric orthopedic specialists are fellowship-trained to provide specialized care for infants, children and teenagers.

We provide nonsurgical and surgical care for all orthopedic conditions. We tailor our care plans to meet the unique needs of each child.

Our team includes non-surgical orthopedic physicians who work with a child to prevent or delay surgery. Just one in 20 cases evaluated in our office by a pediatric orthopedic surgeon requires surgery.

Should surgery be needed, our pediatric orthopedic surgeons work closely with Norton Children’s pediatric anesthesia team to provide care that is designed Just for Kids.

The Norton Children’s difference

Norton Children’s Orthopedics of Louisville (COOL)’s physicians are fellowship trained – they have undergone specialized training to diagnose and treat the unique needs of children’s bones and joints.

Our pediatric orthopedic surgeons have more than 50 years of combined experience in treating children.

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