Pediatric orthopedic care in the Greater Dallas-Fort Worth area

At Medical City Frisco, we know children deserve the highest level of care with a compassionate and encouraging touch. We also know the unique immediate and long-term orthopedic needs of a growing child. Bone and joint doctors can observe your child's growth and recommend the best treatment for their injury or condition. Options may range from nonsurgical care, such as physical therapy, braces, splints and casts, to orthopedic surgery.

Find a pediatric orthopedic specialist or call (972) 202-8761.

The expertise of Medical City Children’s Hospital is available in Frisco. Patients now have access to the orthopedic specialists at Medical City Children’s Hospital.

Pediatric orthopedic treatment

Pediatric orthopedic doctors provide children and their parents personalized, compassionate orthopedic care. Conditions treated at our hospital include:

  • Broken bones
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Foot deformities, such as clubfoot and flat feet
  • Gait (walking) abnormalities
  • Growth plate injuries
  • Hip dysplasia/disorders
  • Joint pain
  • Limb deformities and length differences
  • Orthopedic infections
  • Scoliosis and other spine disorders
  • Sports injuries

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Pediatric appointments at our hospital

Our hospital is east of the Dallas North Tollway. We're near the intersection of Frisco Square Boulevard and Dallas Parkway. Complimentary valet services and a self-park, four-level parking garage are available.

Our address is:

5500 Frisco Square Blvd.
Frisco, TX 75034

Our main information desk is on the first floor by the hospital's front entrance. Stop by to check in.

Pediatric orthopedics at Medical City Healthcare

Doctors specializing in pediatric orthopedics, known as pediatric orthopedists, care for joint problems in infants, children and adolescents. They can help diagnose and treat injuries and conditions of the musculoskeletal system, including bones, joint and limbs. Common reasons to see them include broken bones, fractures...

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