The physicians and staff at Pediatric Surgical Associates realize that children have unique and special needs. Our specialty is pediatrics, which gives us a distinct advantage because we maintain specific focus on children’s problems. Our Board Certified Pediatric Surgeons and Board Certified Pediatric Urologists continually strive to deliver the most current and technologically advanced medical care. There’s more to consider than just the technical ability and knowledge of your child’s specialist. As physicians, we believe it’s essential to build a relationship with each child and their family. It’s equally important to relate to children as children. We make every effort to ensure your child is comfortable and trusts us. Our understanding approach will ease your child’s mind and help calm any fears.
As Board Certified Pediatric Surgeons, we operate on children whose development ranges from the newborn stage through the teenage years. In addition to completing training and achieving board certification in general surgery, pediatric surgeons complete two additional years of training exclusively in children’s surgery. After their training they receive special certification in the subspecialty of pediatric surgery. Pediatric surgeons are primarily concerned with the diagnosis, preoperative, operative and postoperative care of surgical problems in children. For a full list of our services, click here.
As Board Certified Pediatric Urologists, we deal with developmental or congenital conditions of the genitalia, kidneys or bladder. Board certified urologists must meet stringent educational, practice and peer review requirements, including a minimum of five years of clinical training in general urology. Twelve months of the residency must be spent in general surgery and two additional years are spent specializing exclusively in pediatric urology. Our years of specialized training give us a high level of expertise in dealing with unusual abnormalities, as well as with more common problems. For a full list of our services, click here.