Scoliosis Information and Spine Deformity Treatment

It’s not just a Disorder of Children
Scoliosis, Spine Pain & Spinal Deformity

Scoliosis, Spine Pain & Spinal Deformity affects 12 million people worldwide. The majority of these individuals have few problems, but for a small percentage of individuals with progressive curvature, the problems can be very severe.  A particularly debilitating form of the disease produces incapacitating pain and progressive deformity of the spine, and therefore, in untreated cases, there is a disfiguring curve and often a large hump in the back. Patients with this form of scoliosis have increasing difficulty exercising as they get older, and hence are limited by the pain.  Finally, some people have difficulty breathing as the disease progresses.

The natural history of the disease in women is different than in men, and despite the fact that men and women have the same incidence of scoliosis, spine pain & spinal deformity women have progressive disease seven times more frequently.

“The general public should know that we have made huge strides in the treatment of scoliosis,” says Dr. Richard Hostin. “Most scoliosis patients will continue to get worse. Unfortunately, these patients will go to their family doctor in pain and frustration, only to be told that as an adult few options exist.”

Scoliosis Specialist Surgeons 

Scoliosis, Spine Pain & Spinal Deformity surgical risks are minimized with a very experienced surgical and nursing team. Don’t hesitate contact Southwest Scoliosis Institute for Scoliosis Specialist surgeons & care. Spinal cord injury, which is the serious concern of most patients, is very rare but occasionally does occur. National statistics indicate that spinal cord injury occurs in less than 1 time in 100 cases.

One of the primary frustrations is that only a handful of U.S. surgeons have the extensive experience and interest in specializing in these difficult procedures. In many cities there is no Orthopedic Surgeon focusing and specializing on the care of adults with scoliosis, and therefore, many individuals who would benefit from the Southwest Scoliosis Institute are unaware of the opportunity to get better — to ‘get their life back.’ If you are an adult living with scoliosis, or have a child with spinal deformity and need a specialist in spine deformity treatment please call the Southwest Scoliosis Institute. Our help is available to you now.

Learn more by clicking on any of the questions below:
  1. What is scoliosis?
  2. What causes scoliosis?
  3. Is scoliosis hereditary?
  4. Can you get scoliosis from an injury?
  5. Can the spinal injuries be caused from viral or similar diseases?
  6. Are there environmental factors that contribute to scoliosis?
  7. What other factors contribute to the onset of scoliosis curvature?
  8. Does scoliosis always show its face in childhood?
  9. Is the incidence of scoliosis the same among men and women?
  10. Is scoliosis a progressive disease?
  11. What is the prognosis for a child with scoliosis?
  12. What is the prognosis for an adult with scoliosis?
  13. Do these adults require surgery?
  14. How long is an actual surgery?
  15. Are two surgeries ever needed?
  16. What happens after surgery?
  17. How long is does recovery take?
  18. For adults in pain, what can you do?
  19. How many physicians across the country specialize in scoliosis surgeries?
  20. Why do so few doctors say adult scoliosis is treatable?
  21. Is scoliosis surgery covered by insurance?
  22. You provide concierge services. Why is that?
  23. When you meet with scoliosis patients, what do you tell them?
  24. Is there much scoliosis research going on?
  25. What does the future hold?

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