Advanced pediatric orthopedic care in McKinney, Texas

Medical City McKinney provides thoughtful, personalized, patient-centered treatment care for pediatric orthopedic patients. They will receive care from teams of joint surgeons and spine specialists at our hospital, who can diagnose and treat any condition or injury your child may experience.

To learn more about our pediatric orthopedic care in North Texas, please call (855) 296-6265.

Caring for a child's orthopedic needs is complex. We focus not only on immediate healthcare needs, but also on how the child will develop and grow. Spine specialists at our hospital can observe the growth of your child and recommend appropriate care. A pediatric treatment plan may include nonsurgical care and/or orthopedic surgery.

Pediatric orthopedic conditions treated at our hospital

Physicians on the medical staff can treat any condition affecting your child's muscles, bones or joints. These pediatric orthopedic teams can treat common conditions (such as strains and sprains), more serious injuries (such as broken bones and dislocations) and more advanced issues, such as:

Appointments at our North Texas hospital

We're southeast of the Sam Johnson Highway/Sam Rayburn Tollway intersection.

Our address is:

4500 Medical Center Drive
McKinney, TX 75069

Parking at our hospital is free, and complimentary valet service is available on weekdays from 7am - 4pm.

For appointments, proceed inside the hospital's main entrance. You can check-in for your appointment at the front desk in the main lobby. The front desk is staffed Mon - Fri: 8am - 4pm. For surgery appointments, go to the main lobby and check-in with the admitting team.

For pediatric orthopedic appointments, take the main elevators to the fourth floor. If you have any questions, ask for help at the hospital's front desk or at the nurse’s station on the fourth floor.

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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