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Dayton Children’s provides the highest level of orthopaedic care for infants, children and teenagers. Our physician-led team treats a wide range of pediatric orthopaedic conditions, from simple fractures to the most complicated congenital anomalies and deformities.

We place a strong emphasis on communication and convenience, and on returning your child to his or her normal activities as quickly and safely as possible. More than 30,000 families a year throughout Miami Valley rely on Dayton Children’s for their child’s orthopaedic care. 

 

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Michael C. Albert, MD, Division Chief

orthopaedics
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Melissa Martinek, DO, PhD

orthopaedics
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Sarah Steward, MD

orthopaedics
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Angela Via, NP

orthopaedics
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Ann Smith, DPT, MS, PCS

orthopaedics
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Alvin Jones, MD

orthopaedics
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Carrie Houtz, PA-C

orthopaedics
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James Lehner, MD

orthopaedics
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Craig Shank, MD

orthopaedics
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Morgan Hagerman, APRN

orthopaedics
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David Martineau, MD

orthopaedics
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Claire Beimesch, MD

orthopaedics
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Jeff Mikutis, DO

orthopaedics, sports medicine
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conditions we treat

scoliosis

At Dayton Children’s we pioneer spinal treatment options providing families with the best pediatric spinal care in the region.

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fracture care

Injuries are a common part of childhood and at Dayton Children’s we are experts in treating pediatric and growth plate fractures.

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knee injuries

Knee injuries are common among active kids and athletes, and a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of the most common types of knee injuries.

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when lightning strikes twice

how one mother helped two of her children overcome ACL surgeries

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one in a million

Born missing her tibia and multiple fiingers, Gwen is seen as a medical marvel.

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