Children's Bone & Spine Surgery was established to treat the full spectrum of children's bone and spine disorders. Some of our specialties include:
- Pediatric spinal deformity including scoliosis, kyphosis and spondylolisthesis.
- Complex congenital and developmental deformities of the feet, hips and spine.
- Difficult developmental and neurological problems such as cerebral palsy, spina bifida, and muscular dystrophy.
- All fractures.
- Bone and soft tissue tumors.
- Sports Injuries.
At Children's Bone & Spine Surgery, our physicians are skilled in the latest advances in treatment including:
Scoliosis: As the only pediatric and orthopedic surgeon in Nevada who is a full member of the Scoliosis Research Society (SRS), Dr. Camp is committed to the safest and most advanced techniques of scoliosis treatment. Advanced night-time bracing techniques are used for smaller curves. When surgery is necessary for larger curves, techniques which promote rapid recovery and return to full activity are used.
Cerebral Palsy: A pediatric spasticity clinic has been established using a multi-specialty approach to cerebral palsy care. Attending the clinics are pediatric physical therapists, brace makers, surgeons, and specialists trained in Botox injections for spasticity treatment.
Clubfeet: Dr. Camp and Dr. Stewart use the Ponseti casting technique for clubfoot treatment. This avoids extensive traditional surgery in most cases with improved long-term outcomes.
Sports Injuries: Due to the vast increase in the population of the area and the increased sports participation of children, sports injuries have become very common and many of these injuries have previously gone undiagnosed. Dr. Nielson treats acute and overuse injuries in children and is fellowship trained the the most current care of pediatric and adolescent sports injuries of all kinds.
Trauma: Dr. Stewart has extensive experience in pediatric orthopedic trauma. All three doctors at Children's Bone & Spine Surgery are involved with trauma care as orthopedic consultants at local pediatric trauma centers.