Is something preventing your child from growing properly? Whether your child has a broken arm, sports-related injury or a complex spinal condition, you can count on receiving state-of-the-art care dispensed with compassion and kindness from the pediatric team at Tulane Lakeside Hospital for Women and Children.
Treating the Growing Bodies of Children and Adolescents
Our pediatric orthopedic specialists understand that treating the growing bones of children is vastly different than treating adults.
Treating the growing bones of children is vastly different than treating adults. Not only are children’s bones and joints still developing and changing, but you must consider each child’s unique activity levels along with their physical and emotional needs.
-Dr. Stephen Heinrich, pediatric orthopedic surgeon
- Benign and malignant bone and soft tissue tumors
- Broken bones and fractures
- Growth plate injuries
- Hand and arm problems
- Hip dysplasia
- Ligament injuries
- Knee problems including Osgood-Schlatter disease
- Leg and foot disorders like club foot and leg discrepancy
- Musculo-skeletal disorders
- Scoliosis and other spinal conditions
- Sports injuries
If your child needs orthopedic care, our team of pediatric orthopedic specialists will create a care plan that is tailored uniquely to his or her needs.
Common treatment options include:
Convenient Location and Easy Access
Sprains, strains and broken bones often happen in the evening and on weekends. Tulane Lakeside Hospital for Women and Children pediatric ER is conveniently located at I-10 and Clearview Parkway and is open 24/7 to care for your child.
ER physicians, along with pediatric orthopedic specialists, see patients in the ER and further care is available on an outpatient basis at the Tulane Lakeside Orthopaedic Clinic. The clinic is conveniently located in the medical office building next to the hospital and offers Saturday appointments.
To make an appointment or learn more, call (504) 988-8010.