Pediatric Advances


Advances in Pediatric Orthopedics

We are transforming orthopedic care for children and adolescents.

NewYork-Presbyterian’s pediatric orthopedic specialists use state-of-the-art technologies & treatments to address a wide array of issues affecting children's bones, muscles, joints, tendons, and ligaments caused by inherited genetics, disease, injuries, or accidents.

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Weinberg Family CP Center Provides Multidisciplinary Care, Novel Therapies

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Personal Perspectives: Creating a Novel Self-Reported Questionnaire for Patients with EOS

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Exercising Due Diligence with New Technologies in Spine Surgery

Spine Surgery

A Steadfast Obligation to Safety in Spine Surgery

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Thoracic Tether vs Fusion: Indications for Scoliosis Surgery

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Causes of Cerebral Palsy: Environmental, Genetic, or a Combination of Both?

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Improving Treatment for Pediatric Spine Deformity

X-ray of Anterior Vertebral Body Tethering

Assessing Shoulder Balance Following Anterior Vertebral Body Tethering

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Measuring SSI Risk in Pediatric Spine Deformity Surgery

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A Playbook for Injury Prevention in Athletic Youths