Whether you are a child or adult suffering from a sports injury, hip pain, back pain or any musculoskeletal condition, we can help.
Combining the best in both inpatient treatment and outpatient care and rehabilitation, our practice is nationally recognized for outstanding orthopedic care and innovative research.
Whether a child has a congenital deformity of the spine, hip, hand, leg or foot, or experiences a traumatic bone or muscle injury, the pediatric orthopedic specialists at Washington University Orthopedics in St. Louis are among the best in the country, nationally ranked as a top pediatric orthopedic center by US News and World Report.
Patients have easy access to pediatric orthopedic services. Office locations include:
St. Louis Children’s Hospital
Orthopedic Center in Chesterfield
Children’s Specialty Care Center – West County
Children’s Specialty Care Center – South County
Center for Advanced Medicine-South County
Progress West Hospital
Washington University pediatric orthopedic surgeons also see patients at Shriners Hospital for Children in St Louis.
Committed to the highest quality of care and patient safety
Together, with St. Louis Children’s Hospital and Shriners Hospitals for Children – St. Louis, we’re proud to rank #1 in St. Louis and #7 in the nation for pediatric orthopedic care.
With over 80 orthopedic specialists across nine St. Louis locations, our practice provides trusted, personalized and convenient care for patients of all ages. Our physicians have advanced fellowship training in ten different musculoskeletal subspecialty areas, which means you receive a precise diagnosis and treatment plan for any bone or muscle injury or condition. For immediate care, call our Orthopedic Injury Clinic for same-day appointments at two area locations.
For questions or appointments, call 314-514-3500.
Washington University Orthopedics has a nearly 50-year history of national leadership in the care of children with birth differences and injuries of the upper extremity. Before his retirement, Dr. Paul Manske was a mentor to Dr. Charles Goldfarb and Dr. Lindley Wall, who both now proudly care for children with any issue of the upper extremity and lead a team of specialists.
We care for birth differences (such as extra fingers or missing fingers/bones), trauma to the upper extremity (like broken bones or soft tissue injuries), and other conditions that affect the arms and hands.Charles Goldfarb, MD