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Discover the Orthopedic Center at Boston Children's Hospital

Boston Children's Hospital Orthopedic Center is one of the world's most experienced pediatric orthopedic programs with 13 specialty clinics, we are the largest in the U.S.


ACL injury treatment at Boston Children's Hospital

Martha M. Murray, MD, an orthopedic surgeon and principal research investigator at Boston Children's Hospital discusses how your child's ACL injury will be cared for at Boston Children's Hospital.


How to put on a T Scope post-op knee brace

Martha M. Murray, MD, Orthopedic Surgeon at Boston Children's Hospital, demonstrates the proper way to put on a T Scope post-op knee brace after ACL surgery.


ACL injury - Stephanie's story - Boston Children's Hospital

During her sophomore year, Stephanie tore her ACL while driving to the hoop during a basketball game. Stephanie was treated by Martha M. Murray, MD, an orthopedic surgeon and principal research investigator at Boston Children's Hospital.


Overcoming an ACL injury - Olympic slopestyle skier Julia Marino

In 2009, 17-year-old Julia Marino was a rising star on the World Cup circuit for Slopestyle skiing. Then, during the first event of the season she crashed, tearing her ACL. Thanks to her treatment at Boston Children's Hospital, Julia was able to recover and compete in the 2014 Winter Olympics.


Non-Surgical Management of Scoliosis - Boston Children's Hospital

Once an abnormal spine curve has been detected, it's important to monitor the curve as the child grows. If your growing child's curve shows significant worsening or is already greater than 30 degrees, your physician may recommend a bracing program.


Scoliosis Management - Boston Children's Hospital

Scoliosis is a condition in which the spine—in addition to the normal front to back curvature—has an abnormal side-to-side "S-" or "C"-shaped curvature. The spine is also rotated or twisted, pulling the ribs along with it to form a multidimensional curve.


Embracing the Brace - Chloe & scoliosis

Chloe is a Boston Children's Hospital scoliosis patient who doesn't let her diagnosis slow her down.


Orthopedic Urgent Care Clinic at Boston Children's Hospital

Michael Glotzbecker, MD, Attending Physician at Boston Children's Hospital, talks about our Orthopedic Urgent Care Center: A daily clinic staffed by mid-level providers who are dedicated to seeing children with injuries and musculoskeletal problems that are not serious enough for the Emergency Department (ED).


Congenital Hand Differences: Treatment in the Orthopedic Center

Peter M. Waters, MD, Chief of Clinical Orthopedics at Boston Children's Hospital, discusses the various types of congenital hand differences in children and how we approach diagnosis and treatment.


A Day in the Life: Orthopedics

Want to see what a typical day is like in the Orthopedics Department at Boston Children's Hospital? Check out our video!


Treatment for Osterosarcoma at Boston Children's Hospital

Orthopedic surgeons at Boston Children's Hospital explain how allografts and rotationplasty are used to treated osteosarcoma, the eighth most common cancer in children.


Caitlynne's Rotationplasty at Boston Children's Hospital

Mark C. Gebhardt, MD, Orthopedic Surgeon at Boston Children's Hospital, talks about osteosarcoma: a bone tumor that grows just above the knee. Find out how a rotationplasty helped Caitlynne, an osteosarcoma patient here at Boston Children's Hospital


How to put on a lateral release knee brace

Martha M. Murray, MD, Orthopedic Surgeon at Boston Children's Hospital, demonstrates the proper way to put on a lateral release brace.


Developmental dysplasia of the hip - Orthopedic Center

If your baby or child has been diagnosed with developmental dysplasia of the hip (also known as DDH or hip dysplasia), you'll have concerns and questions about her treatment, recovery, outlook and other issues. At Boston Children's Hospital, we'll provide support every step of the way.


Angela and hip dysplasia - Boston Children's Hospital

Angela McNeeley was born with developmental dysplasia of the hip, which means there was a problem with the formation of her hip joint. When discovered early hip dysplasia can be treated with special harnesses or casts.


Adolescent and Young Adult Hip Program Part 1: Who We Are

Michael Millis, MD, Director of the Adolescent and Young Adult Hip Program at Boston Children's Hospital, talks about the unique diagnostic and operative techniques taking place in our Adolescent and Young Adult Hip Program.


Adolescent and Young Adult Hip Program Part 2: Who We Treat

Michael Millis, MD, Director of the Adolescent and Young Adult Hip Program at Boston Children's Hospital, talks about the different types of patients he treats.


Developmental dysplasia of the hip: Part 1

Michael Millis, MD, Director of the Adolescent and Young Adult Hip Program at Boston Children's Hospital, explains developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) and how it leads to osteoarthritis


Adolescent and Young Adult Hip Program Part 4: Michael Millis, MD

Michael Millis, MD, Director of the Adolescent and Young Adult Hip Program at Boston Children's Hospital, discusses his background and where his interest in common and complex hip disorders began.


Adolescent and Young Adult Hip Program Part 5: Referring Physician

Michael Millis, MD, Director of the Adolescent and Young Adult Hip Program at Boston Children's Hospital, explains the role of a referring physician and why they are important to orthopedic doctors and surgeons.


Brachial Plexus Birth Palsy Part 1: Definition

Peter M. Waters, MD, Chief of Clinical Orthopedics at Boston Children's Hospital, defines brachial plexus.


Brachial Plexus Birth Palsy Part 2: Occurrence at Birth

Peter M. Waters, MD, Chief of Clinical Orthopedics at Boston Children's Hospital, explains how brachial birth palsy occurs.


Brachial Plexus Birth Palsy Part 3: Types of Brachial Plexus Injuries

Peter M. Waters, MD, Chief of Clinical Orthopedics at Boston Children's Hospital, talks about the anatomy of the different types of brachial plexus injuries.


Brachial Plexus Birth Palsy Part 4: Long-term Care

Peter M. Waters, MD, Chief of Clinical Orthopedics at Boston Children's Hospital, talks about the prognosis for children with brachial plexus injuries and what parents should do after their child is diagnosed.


Brachial Plexus Birth Palsy Part 5: Diagnostic Tests

Peter M. Waters, MD, Chief of Clinical Orthopedics at Boston Children's Hospital, explains the tests used to confirm a diagnosis of brachial plexus and how they work differently in children than they do in adults.


Brachial Plexus Birth Palsy Part 6: Approaches to Treatment

Peter M. Waters, MD, Chief of Clinical Orthopedics at Boston Children's Hospital, talks about the conservative approach to treating brachial plexus injuries and circumstances when surgery may be indicated.


Cerebral Palsy Touchscreen Therapy Demo

Twice in October, the Cerebral Palsy Clinic at Children's Hospital Boston hosted an all-day, hands-on demonstration of a new touchscreen tabletop technology that was developed by a multidisciplinary team.


Enhanced Primary ACL Repair

Martha M. Murray, MD, discusses enhanced primary ACL repair. Video courtesy of CIMIT.

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