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kyphosis 70 degree orthopedic surgeon said no worry it will not become better or worse at age of 20 is that true or should i see another doctor?

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Kyphosis: Here is some general information on kyphosis. http://www.umm.edu/programs/spine/health/guides/adult-kyphosis The specifics are difficult and as you can see a variety of ways to manage it. It is quite a specialist area. A second specialist appointment may be useful to help you confirm or otherwise what your first orthopaedic surgeon said.
Answered on May 30, 2017
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