Collier Pediatrics – Prosthetic & Orthotic Patient Care
Children are not small adults.
Understanding the developmental milestones and their effect on orthotic and prosthetic designs is especially important.
The Collier Pediatric Team is here to help you and your child through their stages of growth. We want to create a relationship with the patient and his or her family that will create positive results for years to come.
With many years at Shriners Hospitals for Children, our practitioners have seen and treated a wide range of needs.
Do you have pediatric patients with unique anatomy, pathology, or who are just plain tough to fit? Collier Orthotic practitioners focus on serving “difficult” cases where other braces just won’t work. Our practitioners’ approach to problem solving gives our patients the tools for a successful outcome. We want to surpass all your expectations.
As former water ski enthusiasts, Collier’s managing partners have specialized knowledge in knee injuries. If you child is being prescribed a brace for Patellofemoral or ACL/PCL injuries, all Collier practitioners are trained in a thorough evaluation process, which leads to the most appropriate brace solution. Visit our Knee Solutions page for more information.
Collier practitioners are your helping hand with growing and changing pediatric needs.
Certain pediatric orthopedic conditions require the knowledge and skill of a pediatric orthopedic specialist. With Collier custom engineered devices and designs, each brace and artificial limb we make employs unique technology making its function as custom as its form. We address the concerns of the family as we care for our young patients and make sure you’re fully informed about the care your child receives. Our goals, like yours, are for them to grow in their abilities and confidence to become functional and lead normal adult lives.
Our specialist care includes both injuries and congenital birth disorders which including sports injuries, fractures, bone and joint disorders, spinal disorders, and neuromuscular disorders.
Collier O&P has offices in Sacramento, Oakland and the East Bay. Laurence Orthopedics in Oakland is now associated with Collier Orthotics and Prosthetics.