Symptoms / Therapeutic

Children are not small adults. Body shape and movement patterns change naturally with growth and development and differ from adults. Pediatric orthopedics is therefore a specialized area of orthopedics that diagnoses and treats pathological, congenital or acquired changes in the musculoskeletal system appropriate to the child's age.

It is not only important to address current complaints, but also to recognize and treat changes that will lead to health problems later in adulthood.

In most cases, outpatient, conservative treatment is sufficient. Surgery is rarely necessary.

Our treatment spectrum

    Ultrasound of the infant hip

    Treatment of hip dysplasia and hip luxation

    Treatment of infant foot deformities

    X- or O-leg deformities

    Gait abnormalities

    Treatment of spinal deformities

    (e.g. scoliosis, M. Scheuermann, spondylolisthesis)

    Treatment of joint diseases of growing age such as osteochondrosis dissecans and osteonecrosis   (e.g. Perthes disease)

Information for the pediatric orthopedic consultation


- Please always indicate age or date of birth

- First presentation only up to and including 15 years of age, older adolescents can be seen in adult consultations.

- Ask for the reason of the presentation

- Only one accompanying person is allowed, do not bring siblings with you

- Children and adolescents must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

- Children from 7 years and adults must wear a FFP2 mask

- It is essential to bring the "yellow" preventive care booklet

- For infants, bring large towel or thin blanket

- Children with symptoms of infection (fever, cough, rash, diarrhea) are not allowed to come to the office, please change/cancel appointment by phone



Tentative schedule:

Monday from 1pm infants (up to first birthday),

Tuesday 1pm-1:30pm,