Although Dr Graff treats complex conditions in children, she gives the same care and attention to children with more common conditions, such as sports injuries and children with normal ‘variations’ in limbs. She has a busy orthopaedic clinic every Thursday afternoon and every second Monday morning at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital. Dr Graff will also see most paediatric orthopaedic conditions through her private practice.
Dr Graff has treated many children with foot and ankle problems, such as club foot, flatfoot, Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, tarsal coalition, and recurrent instability and foot pain after trauma.
The Rehabilitation Orthopaedic Clinic (REOR clinic) is a multidisciplinary clinic in which most children in South Australia with neuromuscular conditions requiring orthopaedic surgery are seen. Dr Graff is one of the leading surgeons for this clinic and specialises in treating children with cerebral palsy and other neuromuscular conditions.
The Women’s and Children’s Hospital (WCH) is the leading hospital in South Australia for paediatric trauma. Dr Graff is often on call for paediatric orthopaedic trauma at WCH and has vast experience in managing children’s injuries, from simple buckle fractures to life-changing growth plate fractures.