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CELEBRATING 30 YEARS!

For 30 years it has been our mission to treat EVERY CHILD with honesty, compassion, a commitment to excellence, and respect for their individual needs and goals.

 

To our patients and families:

Thank you for TRUSTING us to provide the highest level of care. It has been an honor to serve you and we're looking forward to the next 30!

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THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF CARE

At CTPO, each patient and their family is treated with patience, kindness, dignity & respect. Our pediatric orthopedic doctors and medical staff have the extensive experience and specific training necessary to offer your child the very best care. 

Celebrate with us by submitting your story on Facebook and tagging us @KidBonesATX.

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OUR STORY

Central Texas Pediatric Orthopedics was founded in 1990 by Dr. Jay Shapiro, with the mission of serving Austin's community and setting the standard for exceptional pediatric orthopedic care.

 

Now with locations in Austin, Cedar Park, Westlake, Round Rock and South Austin, we are a growing team of more than 70, including an amazing group of over 20 talented healthcare professionals all focused on taking care of the children of Central Texas.

 

Our 10 physicians are all pediatric fellowship-trained and certified in orthopedic surgery. Each of our 6 physical therapists along with our occupational therapist holds advanced and specialized degrees and focuses solely on the rehabilitation of children and adolescents.

SAY HELLO

Phone: (512) 478-8116

Fax: (512) 478-9368

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LOCATIONS

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1301 Barbara Jordan Blvd.

#300
Austin, TX 78723

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Mon - Fri: 8am - 5pm

After hours: 24/7
 

 

MEET EMILY


Emily is a dancer that suffered from scoliosis. With the help of Dr. Brian Kaufman, she was able to get back to doing what she loves.

 

 

MEET DEVION


Devion tore his ACL and meniscus playing football and needed knee surgery. With the help of Dr. Matthew Ellington, he was able to get back to being active again.

 

 

MEET MILLIE


Sweet Millie fractured her wrist while building a pillow fort. With the help of Dr. Hilton Gottschalk at CTPO, she was able to get back to being a kid again.