Questions you might ask about us?

Children's Orthopaedic and Scoliosis Surgery Associates, L.L.P.

Children’s Orthopaedic and Scoliosis Surgery Associate’s is renowned for specializing and treating all types of pediatric orthopaedic diagnosis. Our offices are located in St. Petersburg and Tampa, with a satellite clinic in Sarasota and now a new satellite location in Brandon.


Who are the physicians in the group?

Jeffrey B. Neustadt, M.D., Scott W. Beck, M.D., Gregory V. Hahn, M.D., and Tracy J. Roberts, M.D.


Are you Board certified?

Yes, all the physicians in this group are Board Certified or eligible and three are fellows of the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery. You want to ask this question of all your doctors! Not only is the group board certified or board eligible, Jeffrey B Neustadt, M.D. was an oral examiner for the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery (ABOS) in 2004 and again in 2005.


What does it mean to be a fellow?

Fellowship requires Certification by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (ABOS) and the physician have been in practice for a minimum of three years. There is a formal review by the Membership Committee of the AAOS and must have approval by the Academy's Board of Directors. Subspecialty certification does not preclude other orthopaedists from caring for children. Most orthopaedic surgeons rightfully treat children at some level, however, the subspecialty certification is held by every member in this group.


What makes this group unique and different from other orthopaedic practices?

The practice deals with only children, from movies in the lobby to hot pink colored casts. We use appropriate sizes for children and adolescents, apply waterproof casting when appropriate, and understand proper bracing. The staff is trained in pediatric conditions and casting. The x-ray equipment is the latest technology in digital radiology.


What age of children and type of problems are seen that the practice?

We treat from infancy to 18 years of age. Type of diagnoses include acute fractures, traumatic fractures, curly toes, knock knees, bowed legs, intoeing, hip dysplasia and hip dislocations, club feet, polydactyly – toes and feet, leg length discrepancy, kyphosis, scoliosis and all types of pediatric conditions.


Who do I call?

St Pete Office : (727) 898-BONE (2663)

Tampa Office: (813) 879-BONE (2663)

St Petersburg Office

625 Sixth Avenue South

Suite 450

St Petersburg, Florida 33701

Phone: (727) 898-BONE (2663)

Fax: (727) 568-6836



Tampa Office

2727 West Dr, MLK Blvd.

Suite 720

Tampa, Florida 33607

Phone: (813) 879-BONE (2663)

Fax: (813) 872-0286




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