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Combining training in adult and pediatric orthopedics, hand surgery, plastic surgery and microsurgery allows our surgeons to provide a comprehensive level of care unmatched in most other hospital settings.
--Donald S. Bae, MD, associate in Orthopedic Surgery, Boston Children's Hospital
If your child has been diagnosed with Madelung deformity, we at Boston Children’s Hospital will do everything we can to treat her—and you—with sensitivity and support.
Here are some of the basics of Madelung deformity:
How Boston Children’s Hospital approaches Madelung deformity
The skilled experts at Boston Children’s have treated thousands of babies and children with arm and hand problems that range from the simple to the highly complex, including world-class treatment for Madelung deformity.
Our Orthopedic Center is nationally known as the preeminent center for the care of children and young adults with a wide range of developmental, congenital, neuromuscular, sports related, traumatic and post-traumatic problems of the musculoskeletal system.
The Hand and Orthopedic Upper Extremity Program provides comprehensive care involving occupational and physical therapy, splinting, casting and reconstructive surgeries for infants, children and adolescents with complex congenital, neuromuscular, sports-related oncologic and traumatic upper limb conditions.
Madelung deformity: Reviewed by Donald Bae, MD
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