Las Vegas, NV, March 26, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Full recovery of pediatric bone and spine injuries or conditions require a total care approach. Apart from the initial treatments of possible bracing or surgery, patients generally undergo months of rigorous physical therapy in order to achieve the best results. For patients of Children’s Bone and Spine Surgery, this type of care is not only routine – it’s hassle-free.
“A good majority of our patients require physical therapy for post-procedure maintenance or in conjunction with their treatment plans,” said Jonathan Camp, MD, a pediatric spine surgeon at Children’s Bone and Spine Surgery. “Unfortunately, most orthopedic specialists don’t offer a convenient way for their patients to get this care. Thankfully, this is not the case for our practice.”
With the recent addition of a pediatric orthopedic physical therapy suite adjacent to Children’s Bone and Spine, located at 1525 E. Windmill Lane, Suite #201, patients receive timely care that’s only steps away. The center accepts most insurance plans.
And not only that, Camp and his associates can oversee their patients’ progress and treatment without having to wait for reports sent from other offices. This allows them to provide more comprehensive care. The team at Children’s Bone and Spine Specialists also includes Jason Nielson, M.D. and David Stewart, M.D. who both also specialize in pediatric orthopedics.
“Most orthopedic patients have to wait up to 4-6 weeks to be seen by a physical therapist. This can cause both a disconnect in treatment and a great deal of frustration for the patient,” said Camp. “With the proximity of the physical therapy suite at our center, we’re not only able to get our patients in for timely treatments, but we can also work closely with each patient’s individual therapist.”
The specialists at Children’s Bone and Spine Surgery take a unique approach to orthopedic care by operating on the principle that children are not just little adults. When evaluating and treating bone and spine injuries or conditions in children, factors such as growing bones, open growth plates and sensitive articular cartilage are taken into consideration.
Children’s Bone & Spine Surgery offers treatment for a full spectrum of bone and spine disorders including scoliosis, fractures, sports injuries, hip reconstruction, club feet and cerebral palsy.
About Children’s Bone & Spine Surgery
Children's Bone & Spine Surgery is the only exclusively pediatric orthopedic surgery practice in Nevada. They have two offices located at 1525 E. Windmill Lane, Ste. 201 and 653 N. Town Center, Ste. 208. The team at Children’s Bone and Joint Specialists consists of Jonathan Camp, MD, Jason Nielson, M.D. and David Stewart, M.D. Visit them online at http://www.cbsortho.com/.