By Bri VonLehmden-Kurcsak, Pediatric Occupational ...
What We Do
We treat all types of hernias, from the more common umbilical hernia to the very rare congenital diaphragmatic hernia. Learn More.
minimally invasive surgery
We are experienced in the latest minimally invasive surgery techniques. Learn More.
chest wall deformities
Pectus excavatum and pectus carinatum are deformities of the sternum (breastbone) and may require surgery. Learn More.
Appendicitis is the most common reason for emergency surgery in children. Learn More.
If an ultrasound shows your baby has a congenital deformity, we offer consultation to answer all or your questions. Learn More.
all pediatric surgeries
We work closely with primary care providers and pediatric specialists to provide outstanding surgical consultation. Learn More.
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About Pediatric Surgical
For over 40 years, our philosophy has been that the whole family is involved in the care of a child. We make sure families are well-informed about the best available options for their child's care, and provide unbiased guidance so they can make the right medical decisions. Once that decision is made, we bring the latest in knowledge and technology to ensure the best surgical outcomes.