Bucks County Pediatric Orthopedic Specialists
Ensuring Stronger, Healthier & Happier Children
Is your child dealing with a medical condition or injury that affects the health of their bones, joints, or muscles? Bucks County Orthopedic Specialists provides consultations and the highest quality treatment programs for children with orthopedic or musculoskeletal conditions.
From routine orthopedics to comprehensive care programs, our interdisciplinary team provides pediatric orthopedic services for a variety of conditions such as:
We have two convenient offices in Doylestown and Warrington. Learn how our pediatric orthopedic care programs can help your child by calling our offices at (215) 600-4714.
Our Approach to Pediatric Orthopedics
Dr. Susan Griffith is our board-certified pediatric orthopedic surgeon and has helped many children overcome their conditions and improve their physical health and well-being.
At Bucks County Orthopedic Specialists, we understand the difference between adult and pediatric orthopedic issues. For children with musculoskeletal conditions, it is important to start treatment as soon as possible to shorten the course of the orthopedic issue and to teach tools to improve symptoms when they arise.
As a result, we work efficiently to properly diagnosis, educate, and treat using appropriate best-practices that are safe, effective, and focused on the long-term goals for each patient we serve.
What Can My Child & I Expect?
Centered in our family-friendly environment, we offer pediatric orthopedic services in Bucks County which are supported by our upbeat staff and provided close to home. At Bucks County Orthopedic Specialists, we ensure timeliness and dedicated care during each and every appointment, letting you know that your child’s health is our first priority. Also, with our new extended hours, you can schedule appointments on nights and weekends in both our Doylestown and Warrington offices.
Parents and/or guardians are expected to attend every office visit with their child, as the history of the patient’s orthopedic issue is very important to decision-making and treatment plans. New patients should arrive 15 minutes prior to their appointment time in order to fill out paperwork and receive the necessary radiographic studies prior to their examination.
Call us today at (215) 600-4714 or request an appointment online to learn if pediatric orthopedics is right for your child.
Read more on the latest developments in pediatric orthopedics HERE.