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Paediatric Orthopaedics (Children’s Orthopaedic Surgery) is the speciality that deals with ailments or problems affecting the musculoskeletal system (bones, joints and related soft tissues – muscles, tendons, ligaments) in children and adolescents.  In the case of children, the overwhelming need is for the child to be cared for as a whole, and therefore it is necessary for CHILDREN’S ORTHOPAEDICS to be considered a complete speciality on its own. The rapid advances in our understanding of the uniqueness of a growing child makes it necessary that a child is not just treated as a little adult.

The care of children with musculoskeletal problems is a huge challenge since Orthopaedics has now evolved into a discipline with ‘specialists’ focussing on either a single joint (hip / knee etc) or a part of the body (spine / lower limb / upper limb etc).  Additionally, the delivery of care for children is lumped along with care for the adult Orthopaedic patient.  The consequences of this are that the generalist Orthopaedic surgeon is unaware of the most recent advances in the care of children with musculoskeletal problems and therefore does not have the necessary expertise and resources at his or her disposal.

We at JCPOD's  believe to give a smile to every child. Our dedicated team continuously thrives to help children to come out of the pain and move to the playground of joy. We provide consultation and state-of-the-art treatment for the children suffering from orthopedic and musculoskeletal conditions. 

At JCPOD's, we have a team of professionals who have the expertise and experience in dealing with all problems affecting the musculoskeletal system of children and adolescents.  We take pride in the fact that our working ethos is child centric and as a team, we are able to distinguish between and address the unique needs of care that are required for a newborn with birth deformity, a toddler with bone or joint infection, a pre adolescent with hip or spine problem, an adolescent with knee pain or a child with disability secondary to a neurological problem.

We blend cutting-edge treatments and innovative surgical approaches when needed with prompt, family-centered care. Our advanced, child-centered imaging capabilities help us provide the most accurate diagnosis. Our treatments and innovations have evolved over the years, but our philosophy has never changed: to relentlessly provide the best pediatric orthopedic care and patient service. We have improved the quality of life for our patients. We’re here for your family and are committed to supporting you every step of the way.

Our mission statement is to create an institution which would be able to deliver high quality Orthopaedic care for children and adolescents, that achieves an optimal balance between access, safety, effectiveness, appropriateness, efficiency and is wholly acceptable to children and their families.


Dr. Deepak Khurana

8 Years Experience

MBBS, MS (Orthopaedics) FIPO (Mumbai)

Consultant Paediatric Orthopaedic & Limb reconstruction surgeon.

JCPODs Services

Club foot

Club foot deformity is 100% correctable if treatment starts within a month of childs birth. treatment consist of casting and a percut tenotomy.

Bowing & Knock Knees

knocking of knees are commonly seen developmental issues in teenagers, can be treated with minimal invasive surgery if diagnosed on time.

Paediatric Fractures

A childs bone fracture is totally different from an adult bone fracture in all aspect specially its management and need of long term followup.

Bones and Joint Infection

Musculoskeletal infections can occur at any age, if get undiagnosed or treated late in the course can lead to permanent disabilities. Early treatment gives best results.

Cerebral palsy

Cerebral palsy is a group of disorders characterised by non-progressive hypoxic damage to brain resulting in progressive contractures of the musculoskeletal system.

Hip dysplasia & preservation

Developmental dysplasia of hip is a condition in which part of the hip joint (ball and socket joint) is dysplastic or abnormal. Treatment depends on age of the child.


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