Spine Care at Norton Children’s
Spine Care From Recognized Leaders in the Field
Children need spine care that’s unique to their growing bodies. We use a team approach to diagnose, treat and rehabilitate spine and spinal cord conditions in children. The neurosurgery and orthopedic specialists with Children’s Orthopedics of Louisville (COOL), Norton Children’s Neurosurgery and Norton Leatherman Spine collaborate to offer advanced surgical and nonsurgical treatments for spine and spinal cord injuries, deformities and diseases, including scoliosis and congenital spine disorders.
Norton Children’s specialists work cooperatively with primary care physicians and other specialists to create an individualized care plan based on each child’s unique needs.
Comprehensive Spine Care for Children
We care for children from Louisville and Southern Indiana, as well as from across the region, nation and world. Our comprehensive treatment options include minimally invasive and laser spine surgery, physical therapy, injections, as well as other nonsurgical and surgical therapies.
Learn more about spine care at Norton Children’s:
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The students of North Harrison Elementary School in Ramsey, Indiana, raised $39,543.53 for Norton Children’s during the 2018-2019 school year and celebrated with a fun-filled field trip to Louisville Slugger Field on May 15, 2019. […]Read Full Story