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Children's Orthopedics

Children and teens often experience some discomfort with athletic activity. Their bones and muscles are growing, and their level of physical activity may increase with a sudden, intense interest in sports, so some aches and pains can be expected. However, a child who develops a symptom that persists should be examined by an orthopaedic surgeon. A child should never be allowed or expected to "work through the pain."


American Academy of Pediatrics
 
Injury Prevention and Safety
 
The Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America
 

Dr. Donald E. Wild
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Subspeciality interests include adult orthopedics with special attention to the knee, foot, & ankle and pediatric orthopedics.

Locations
Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti
Plymouth



 
Arthroscopy
Care of Casts and Splints
Fractures
Young Athletes
 
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