The Shriners Hospitals for Children – St. Louis Center for Advanced Pediatric Limb Reconstruction and Lengthening has a mission to provide expert pediatric orthopaedic evaluation, diagnosis and surgical intervention with a collaborative team-centered approach in conjunction with advanced nursing care, therapy, and psychological intervention. Our goal is to improve the function, mobility and independence of children in accordance with evidence-based practice, while advancing research in the science of limb reconstruction. This care is provided in a compassionate, patient and family-centered environment, regardless of their ability to pay.
Meet our team
The medical staff at the Shriners Hospitals for Children — St. Louis Center include board-certified physicians, internationally recognized for their skill and innovative treatment of complex problems of the bones, joints and muscles. Our physicians also see patients at St. Louis Children's Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine. Click on the photos below to read more about our expert team.
Mark Miller, M.D.
J. Eric Gordon, M.D.
Perry Schoenecker, M.D.
Shriners Hospitals for Children physicians collaborate closely with our team of in-house experts, providing a wide range of care in one visit. While at Shriners Hospital, your child may be seen by a number of care professionals, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, recreational therapy, radiology, pain management, family services, care management and anesthesia. All of these experts work together to provide the best care available for your child. We want you to feel comfortable asking questions and obtaining answers that put your mind at ease about our care.
Child Life Therapist
Limb reconstruction and lengthening research
Our world-class physicians have published research on limb reconstruction and lengthening. To find out more about their groundbreaking research, click on the links below:
International care and outreach
Not only do our doctors see patients at Shriners Hospitals for Children — St. Louis, but they travel all over the world to care for patients with limb length discrepancies and other pediatric orthopaedic problems. Each year our team travels to the Caribbean, most recently to the island nation of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, to conduct clinics and perform surgeries on patients. If the patient has a more serious condition, the hospital works with the World Pediatric Project to help bring them to the United States for treatment. If you know of an international patient who could benefit from our care, please contact Jill at 314-692-6443.