Children's orthopedist


Consultation of a pediatric orthopedist

A pediatric orthopedist is a doctor who diagnoses and treats diseases related to the child's musculoskeletal system. If the baby has motor function disorders since birth, noticeable pathologies in the development of the musculoskeletal system, or an injury has occurred, in these cases, the child should be immediately referred to an orthopedist. It is also advisable to show the baby to a specialist as a preventive measure. At the "Mother's House" polyclinic, the orthopedist Yermak Tetiana Anatolyivna works, an excellent specialist in her field, who can find an approach to the child in various situations. She will always advise on all issues related to the prevention of diseases of the musculoskeletal system.

  • During the initial consultation

    The pediatric orthopedist will definitely listen to you, ask questions about the general development of the baby, conduct a thorough examination, make a diagnosis, if necessary, prescribe additional examinations, tell the specifics of the disease and possible ways of its development, develop an effective individual treatment program with minimal risk to health . Our specialists will observe the baby throughout the recovery period, after which recommendations on prevention will be provided.

Children's orthopedist

Primary consultation of a pediatric orthopedist

550 UAH

Repeated consultation with a pediatric orthopedist

490 UAH

Consultation of a pediatric orthopedist with ultrasound of the hip joints

650 UAH
  • Where can I sign up?:
  • where_to_voteSt. Hryhoriya Skovorody, 31
    where_to_vote5 P. Grihorenko Ave
    where_to_voteSt. Gvardiytsiv-Shironintsiv, 33
    where_to_voteHryhorivske Shosse Ave., 57

  • When to contact?

    Features of the body that are part of the competence of a pediatric orthopedist: different lengths of limbs; clubfoot; flatfoot; dysplasia, slow formation, low mobility of hip joints; asymmetry of skin folds on the thighs of an infant; hip joint dislocations; wryneck; scoliosis, pain in the spine; muscle pain; joint pains; gait disturbance; swelling, redness in the joints; formation; crunching joints. Even if nothing bothers the child, it is necessary to undergo preventive examinations.

  • Preventive consultations

    Preventive consultations of a pediatric orthopedist: in the first year of life, an orthopedist examines a baby after one month of age and closer to a year in order to rule out or detect pathologies of the musculoskeletal system; when registering for kindergarten (if you do not attend a preschool, a preventive examination should be once every 1-1.5 years); when registering for school (to determine a group for physical education).

Our doctors

Taras Dmytrovych Stanaev

Taras Dmytrovych Stanaev

Children's orthopedist
Yermak Tetyana Anatolyivna

Yermak Tetyana Anatolyivna

Children's orthopedic traumatologist