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  1. Scoliosis is an abnormal curving of the spine. Your spine is your backbone. It runs straight down ... spine naturally curves a bit. But people with scoliosis have a spine that curves too much. The ...
  2. ... following organizations are good resources for information on scoliosis : American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons -- orthoinfo.aaos.org/ ...
  3. Scoliosis surgery repairs abnormal curving of the spine ( scoliosis ). The goal is to safely straighten your child's ... bone fuses together. Newer types of surgery for scoliosis do not require fusion. Instead, the surgeries use ...
  4. Abnormal curvature in the spine is known as scoliosis, and generally begins just at the onset of ... growth. Most junior high schools routinely screen for scoliosis because, if caught early, progressive spine curvature can ...
  5. Lateral curvature of the spine, scoliosis, is a relatively common condition. The majority of individuals with scoliosis do not require surgery or braces because their condition is ...
  6. Scoliosis may be suspected when one shoulder appears to be higher than the other, there is a ... pelvis appears to be tilted. The treatment of scoliosis can involve the use of a brace or ...
  7. ... the first sign. Intellectual disabilities and learning difficulties. Scoliosis . Shaky, unsteady, stiff gait or toe walking. Seizures . ...
  8. One type of treatment for scoliosis is the use of a brace. The brace works by exerting pressure on the back and ribs to push the spine ...
  9. ... jaw (micrognathia) Spine that curves to one side ( scoliosis ) Thin, narrow face Many people with Marfan syndrome ... problems should be treated when possible. Monitor for scoliosis, especially during the teenage years. Medicine to slow ...
  10. ... and tendons and abnormal curvature of the spine ( scoliosis ). Bracing may be needed. Surgery may be needed to correct skeletal deformities, such as scoliosis. Two recently approved treatments for SMA areonasemnogene abeparvovec- ...
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