Pediatric Orthotic and Prosthetic Services, LLC (POPS)
Pediatric Orthotic and Prosthetic Services, LLC (POPS), designs, manufactures and fits orthotics and prosthetics for children of all ages, from infants to young adults. These devices provide the support children need to meet their full potential, whether that is swimming in a race, throwing a baseball, playing an instrument, or simply expressing themselves.
For more information on POPS care services in Florida or to make an appointment, please call 813-975-7139 or contact POPS Department Assistant Shaundrel Moore.
Pediatric Orthotic and Prosthetic Services (POPS), LLC, is an extension of Shriners Children’s Florida, and provides children with the mobility and independence to pursue their dreams and take pride in their abilities. Located on the University of South Florida’s campus, POPS in Tampa is the first freestanding pediatric orthotic and prosthetic services department within the Shriners Children’s healthcare system.
POPS is proud to announce that orthotic and prosthetic care is expanding to accept new patient referrals from outside providers, whether that be your child’s new orthopedic surgeon, primary care physician or other specialist. Now any child in the community can benefit from the amazing care services POPS provides.
About Our Facility
We’re located on the University of South Florida. The address is:
12502 USF Pine Drive
Tampa, FL 33609
There are designated patient parking spots located in the front of the building. To find us, enter the facility using the main doors and proceed to the front desk. From there, you will be directed to the POPS check-in area.
How to Make an Appointment
Parents and physicians can call 813-975-7139 or contact POPS Department Assistant Shaundrel Moore to refer a patient to make an appointment with POPS in Tampa.
- Adjustments and minor repairs to current devices do not require a new prescription.
- For new devices or major repairs, a prescription is required. (We now accept “outside” prescriptions from your child’s new orthopedic surgeon, primary care physician or other specialist.)
Orthotic and Prosthetic Services
- Custom-fit foot orthoses
- Ankle-Foot-Orthoses (AFO)
- Knee-Ankle-Foot-Orthoses (KAFO)
- Hip and knee orthoses
- RGO Hip Joint Systems
- Scoliosis orthoses
- Upper extremity conventional and myoelectric prosthetics
- Transfemoral and transtibial prosthetic systems
- Symes prostheses
- Partial foot prostheses
- Shoulder and hip disarticulation systems
Conditions that may require orthotic and prosthetic services include:
- Cerebral palsy
- Congenital or traumatic loss of limb
- In-toeing, toe walking or flat feet
- Limb deficiencies
- Limb length discrepancies
- Hip disorders
- Musculoskeletal problems
- Spina bifida