Symptoms of Scoliosis can include: an uneven waist or shoulders, a prominent shoulder blade, or leaning to one side.
Methods of Diagnosis
Scoliosis is most often detected by a pediatrician, family doctor, during a school physical, or during a sports program screening exam.
Methods of Treatment
Most cases of Scoliosis are mild. In fact, many cases require no treatment at all. When necessary, treatment options can range from physio- and occupational therapy to braces and even surgery. For those considering surgery, several minimally invasive surgical procedures are available.
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