Pediatric

We cover the entire spectrum of pediatric orthopaedic problems from birth to the teenage years, when skeletal maturity occurs.

Using the latest techniques, we treat disorders of growth and development of the skeleton, muscles, and joints in children. We understand that managing children's problems requires sensitivity to stages of social and emotional development. The support of parents is an integral element in the child’s orthopaedic care and treatment.

We treat an assortment of congenital and developmental problems of the young skeleton, such as clubfeet and dislocated hips, as well as acute and chronic injuries to bones, joints, and muscles. Care for various neuromuscular disorders such as cerebral palsy, spina bifida, and muscular dystrophy, is also provided.

Faculty

A photo of Daniel Grant.

Daniel Grant, MD

West Virginia University
Position
Assistant Professor, Orthopaedics
Phone
304-293-1312
A photo of John Lubicky.

John P. Lubicky, MD

West Virginia University
Positions
Professor, Orthopaedics
Professor, Pediatrics
Phone
304-293-1312
A photo of David Tager.

David Tager, MD

West Virginia University
Position
Assistant Professor, Orthopaedics
Phone
304-293-1312