At Children's National, we treat the whole child, paying special attention to your child's physical and emotional needs. Discover more information about available treatments from the Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine team.
Focused ultrasound is a non-invasive procedure that uses sound waves to treat some conditions.
Intraoperative (“during the operation”) CT scans allow a surgical team to perform 3-D imaging during the procedure, leading to a more effective and precise surgery for your child. Learn more about this procedure.
Children’s National Hospital is an early adopter of a magnet-based spinal growing rod technology that could become the gold standard for treating severe early onset scoliosis. Learn more about this treatment.
Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive orthopaedic surgical procedure that uses small incisions and miniature instruments. We frequently use arthroscopy to treat sports injuries such as ligament tears and shoulder injuries. Learn more about this treatment.
Our pediatric surgical experts perform minimally invasive procedures for infants, children, and teenagers.
When a child has cancer, one of his or her greatest fears, and the fear of parents, is pain. Pain is a sensation of discomfort, distress or agony. Because pain is unique to each individual, a child's pain cannot be measured with a lab test or imaging study. Learn more about how we manage a child's pain at Children's National.
Children's National Hospital's orthopaedic experts use the VEPTR device to provide specialized care for children with severe chest and spine deformities. Learn more about this treatment.