Certain pediatric orthopedic conditions require the knowledge and skill of a specialized pediatric orthotic specialist.
We address the concerns of the family as we care for our young patients and make sure they are fully informed about the care their child receives.
Our specialist care includes both injuries and congenital birth disorders which can include fractures, bone and joint disorders, spinal disorders, and neuromuscular disorders.
Brian holds clinics at 4 different California Children’s Services locations throughout the Bay Area.
“Working with kids is my favorite, probably because of their positive attitudes and almost constant smiles! Another benefit of working with CCS is the open communication. Being able to discuss treatment plans with each child’s PT creates a huge advantage for each patient’s progress. From TLSOs to arch supports I feel like I can make a positive difference in their little lives.” Brian Lee, CPO
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Prosthetic and Orthotic Resources for Families
We have put together some links which you may want to explore to learn more about your child’s condition or find support for your child with a prosthesis. Please remember Collier is not affiliated with these websites, and that there is no substitute for a practitioner who listens to your needs.
Collier practitioners make themselves available for questions of any kind regarding your child’s prosthesis. Many patients have come to us, and with a few corrections to their prosthesis, are thrilled to have options that were not offered with their previous practitioner.
Association of Children’s Prosthetic-Orthotic Clinics
Patient Information: acpoc.org/patient-info/
Amputation Coalition of America
Pediatric Patient Social Connections:
The Collier practitioner team work with you and your care team to ensure the most successful outcome for your goals. With offices in Sacramento and Pleasant Hill, we serve patients throughout Northern California. If you are frustrated with your prosthetic, do’t hesitate to ask one of our practitioners – there may be options available to reduce pain and get you back to your daily activities.