ORA Orthopedics is proud to provide specialized pediatric care for our young patients in the Quad Cities. Children and teenagers can suffer from a number of common orthopedic injuries, including broken bones, fractures and growth plate trauma. ORA’s doctors are specially trained to treat conditions such as clubfoot, scoliosis and neuromuscular challenges. We are proud to serve children and families in Bettendorf, IA, Moline, IL, Davenport IA, and nearby communities.
As the Quad Cities’ largest and most comprehensive orthopedic practice, we can accurately diagnose and treat a variety of musculoskeletal injuries and disorders that affect young people in their critical growing years. Our specialists in the field of pediatric orthopedics focus on minimizing pain while maximizing strength and mobility by employing leading-edge therapies and minimally invasive treatments.
When it comes to pediatric orthopedics, ORA’s Pediatric Center of Excellence takes a conservative approach to treatment that focuses on non-surgical treatment options when possible. Most musculoskeletal conditions that affect growing, active children can be effectively treated with bracing and casting. If surgery is necessary, our experienced pediatric team provides exceptional care, helping ensure that every child can get back to being a kid as quickly as possible.
At ORA Orthopedics, we understand how unnerving the thought of your child undergoing surgery or extensive treatment can be. That is why our Quad City doctors make it a priority to carefully explain each patient’s diagnosis and treatment options and thoroughly answer any questions. We are in partnership with our patients and their families. It is our goal that both you and your child feel completely comfortable with the pediatric orthopedics treatment plan we recommend and that recovery and return to activity begin as soon as possible.
Zander, son of WQAD’s Angie Sharp, was diagnosed with infant hip dysplasia soon after his birth. Read more about his successful recovery.
Devyn Davis‘ time on the soccer field was put on hold due to Sever’s Disease, a painful heel condition that occurred during a growth spurt.
Morgan Martin regained strength and stood tall after nearly five years of treatment from Dr. Pyevich for a deformed spine.