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Dayton Children’s U.S. News & World Report ranked orthopedics division provides the highest level of orthopedic care for infants, children and teenagers. Our physician-led team treats a wide range of pediatric orthopedic conditions, from simple fractures to the most complicated congenital anomalies and conditions. Our orthopedic surgeons provide comprehensive diagnostic, non-surgical and surgical techniques to ensure the best personalized care for your child. We strive to offer the least invasive treatment plan and avoid surgery whenever possible. During each appointment, we take as much time as necessary to explain the diagnosis and treatment options, answer questions and discuss next steps.

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

Our services range from sports and orthopedic rehab to injury prevention programs. Our providers are experts in sports medicine, spine, neuromuscular and syndromic disorders, fractures, hand care, limb lengthening and fetal/newborn consults. 

why choose us

  • Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center
  • Level 1 Children's Surgery Center
  • Recognized as a Best Children’s Hospital by U.S. News & World Report 
  • Convenient online scheduling
  • Sophisticated, low dose imaging
  • Innovative, minimally invasive procedures, like ApiFix
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David Martineau, MD

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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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Terrell at Dayton Children's Hospital

Terrell stands on his own

Due to amniotic band syndrome, Terrell was born without a right foot. But that hasn't slowed him down from pursuing his dreams.

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recovering from a sports injury

The stars aligned when Dayton Children's orthopedics team was able to diagnose Blake's rare injury over the phone.

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recent news

08/07/23

when to be concerned about a fracture

Broken bones are common in childhood. Learn more about what can wait and what may need emergency care.

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09/05/23

Taggart award winner

Michael Albert, MD, wins prestigious Wallace B. Taggart award. The award is Dayton Children's highest physician honor.

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