Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis

Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis is a type of scoliosis that develops in late childhood or adolescence. Instead of growing straight, the spine develops a side-to-side curvature, commonly in the shape of an “S” or...

Pain

Scoliosis Pain Scoliosis is a condition that causes discomfort and pain. While it’s uncommon in children, it becomes more frequent as people get older. Based on a study, roughly 55 percent of teenagers with scoliosis have back pain at one time or another, and up...

Epidural Injections

Epidural Injections   What are Epidural Injections and How Long do they last?   Back pain moves through the leg, thereby stopping one’s activities, sleep, and quality of life. If you experience back pain, there’s a high chance that you are searching for relief through...

Scoliosis Pain

Scoliosis Pain A majority of the population experiences back pain in one form or another. It is a very common problem and those with scoliosis are often the recipients of back pain. Some people with scoliosis don’t have pain or it is not a major issue. However, for...

Early Onset Scoliosis

Early Onset Scoliosis Early Onset Scoliosis (EOS) is a form of spinal deformity in which a child’s spine (below 10 years of age) curves sideways. Over 100,000 children in the United States are found with this condition every year. Most of these children are diagnosed...

Heavy Backpacks and Children

Does Carrying A Heavy Backpack or Bag Make the Curve Worse? A backpack is essential in every child’s life. Since children carry heavy devices and books to school, an increasing number of children suffer from back problems that get so worse that they cannot be...