About Pediatric Surgical Associates
Our number one priority and passion at Pediatric Surgical Associates is to care for our community’s kids. Over the years, we have treated thousands of children with multitudes of different conditions and ailments. When we established Pediatric Surgical Associates, we created specific tenets of practice to best serve our patients and their referring physicians.
- Prompt availability to our patients and their referring physicians for patient consultations and procedures.
- Expert pediatric surgical care.
- Timely follow-up communications with patients’ families and their referring physicians concerning the patients’ surgical management and aftercare.
Who We Are
So we can best serve you and your family, after graduating from an accredited medical school, each doctor on our team must complete five years of post-graduate General Surgery training in an accredited training program and a two-year fellowship training in Pediatric Surgery. As pediatric surgeons, we specialize in the surgical management and care for a wide variety of surgical problems facing neonates, infants, children, and adolescents.
We also help to counsel parents expecting a baby who may have been diagnosed before birth with a surgical problem.
In short, Pediatric Surgical Associates is a group of extremely experienced pediatric surgeons dedicated to caring for a wide variety of problems children may have, ranging from hernias or appendicitis to cancer or serious congenital anomalies.
Types of Surgeries
We, the surgeons of Pediatric Surgical Associates, will provide essential, cutting-edge, evidence-based surgical care for the children and their families at the hospitals and clinics in which we serve. For our patients’ convenience and accessibility, we have offices adjacent to both CHOC Children’s Hospital and CHOC at Mission!
We welcome and value your phone calls and e-mails, whether you’re getting in touch to help us serve you better or simply to discuss a patient or problem. We’re committed to:
- Top-tier patient consultations and procedures
- Expert pediatric surgical care
- Timely follow-up communications
Congenital Anomaly Reconstruction
For Congenital Anomalies
Pectus Excavatum (Nuss procedure) and Pectus Carinatum
- Pyloric Stenosis
Any type of surgery performed on organs and tissues in your chest cavity, such as your lungs.
Undescended testes, circumcision
Surgery to correct the swelling of the scrotum that occurs when you have a hydrocele. A hydrocele is the backup of fluid around a testicle.
A sac or pouch that is filled with liquid or semi-solid material.
A branchial cleft cyst is a type of birth defect, a lump develops in the child’s neck or below the collarbone. This type of birth defect is also called branchial cleft remnant.
Your children’s health and well fare are our main priorities.