Adult and Pediatric Spinal Deformities

In the United States, scoliosis, or a curvature of the spine, affects over 7 million people. Although it can happen to adults, it is most frequently seen in kids, especially females, during growth spurts. The spine of a person with scoliosis frequently resembles a "S" or "C" rather than a straight line.

The irregular shape or alignment of the spine's bony vertebral column. A spine that is clearly curved, unsteadiness, and soreness are possible symptoms. Physical treatments can aid in correcting the spine's alignment and halt the progression of the curve. The spine centre, spine surgery, and neurosurgery are all involved.

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