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Shriners Children's provides compassionate care and support in a way that promotes your child's overall health and well-being.

The care management team at Shriners Children’s consists of registered nurses and social workers who understand the challenges that dealing with health conditions and medical procedures can cause. Their main goal is to be a resource for your family throughout the treatment plan and help you navigate the process so that the family can focus on the child and helping them recover.

Care managers can help with questions regarding appointments, follow-up care or any other general needs. They act as a patient advocate and resource link, making sure our medical staff understands each families’ specific situation and connecting families with appropriate community-based services. They may assist with developing your child's plan of care, help them prepare for surgery and provide support for the transition back to home, school and the community. The Shriners Children's care management and social services teams also provide ongoing emotional support and assist with insurance-related concerns.

Specific treatments and services may vary by location. Please contact a specific location for more information.

“When you see how desperately a parent wants to bring their child to Shriners Children's, it makes you want to fight for them. When you hear a mother say, ‘You’re the only place that gave us hope,’ you realize why you do what you do.
Janet, Shriners Children's St. Louis
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Leaders in Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery

Shriners Children’s surgeons are known internationally for their contributions to the field of orthopedics for children. With their expertise in treating children from toddlers to teens, they understand the challenges of planning ahead for growing bones and bodies. Our team works hard to provide compassionate and life-changing care to children in a way that supports them physically and emotionally

Conditions We Support

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Amputations

Amputation due to trauma or as part of a treatment program can be a trying time for children and families, both physically and emotionally. At Shriners Children’s, our goal is to improve the function, mobility and independence of each child.

Cerebral Palsy

At Shriners Children's, our team of specialists provides individualized care for your child with cerebral palsy.

Spina Bifida

At Shriners Children's, our unique team of specialists provides the highest quality care for your child with spina bifida.

Osteogenesis Imperfecta

Commonly referred to as brittle bone disease, osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) is a rare, permanent genetic disorder that prevents the building of strong bones.

Skeletal Dysplasia

Skeletal dysplasia includes many rare conditions where bones and cartilage develop differently. Also called dwarfism. Shriners Children's offers orthopedics, neurology, otolaryngology, physical and occupational therapy, and genetic testing.

Blount's Disease

The pediatric orthopedic physicians of Shriners Children's can diagnose Blount’s disease, also known as bowed legs, and recommend the best options for treatment – like bracing or surgery.

Clubfoot / Club feet

Talipes equinovarus (TEV) is the medical term for "clubfoot," and Shriners Children's physicians are specialists in this common and treatable pediatric orthopedic condition.

Scoliosis

Scoliosis is a condition where the spine is curved sideways. With advanced treatments and world-class expertise, Shriners Children's cares for more than 10,000 children with scoliosis each year

Next Steps

Request an Appointment

Families and caregivers seeking treatment should start by contacting us for an appointment.

Log in to the Patient Portal

Parents and guardians of existing patients can email, request records, schedule appointments and more.

Refer a Patient

Physicians and healthcare providers can request appointments, start transfers or contact us with questions.