Find a Condition

Find a Condition

TSRHC provides care for children with conditions related to their muscles and bones. The hospital treats hundreds of pediatric orthopedic conditions and provides specialized care for each child.


  • Other Foot Disorders
  • Flat feet
  • Extra Toes

Hip Disorders

Limb Length Discrepancies

Pediatric Developmental Disabilities

  • Spina bifida
  • Cerebral palsy (limited to related orthopedic conditions)
  • Certain genetic conditions with orthopedic complications


  • Idiopathic scoliosisGirls are eight times more likely to develop it than boys; Idiopathic is the most common type of scoliosis.
  • Early onset scoliosisOccurs before the age of 5 and more often in boys
  • Congenital scoliosisPresent at birth when some parts of the spine are misshapen
  • Neuromuscular scoliosisScoliosis caused by a neurological condition


Hand Disorders

  • Polydactyly - Extra fingers
  • Syndactyly - Webbed fingers
  • Symbrachydactyly - Missing fingers
  • Abnormal thumbs
  • Arthrogryposis - Limited movement or stiff joints

Sports Medicine

  • Young Anterior Cruciate and Ligament Injuries
  • Discoid Meniscus
  • Osteochondritis Dissecans
  • Knee Cap Problems
  • Joint Instability
  • Hip Impingement
  • Sports Related Fractures
  • Labral Tears
  • Concussions 

Fractures / Broken Bones 

For more information about the conditions we treat or how to become a patient, please contact our Patient Access department at 214-559-7477 or 800-421-1121, ext. 7477, or through e-mail at tsrhpa@tsrh.org.