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Heart murmur, concave chest, scoliosis, long fingers/toes, flexible joints, and frequent abd pain. Should i b tested for Marfan synd or am i paranoid?
I had scoliosis surgery last year and now I sometimes get pain in my right side and sometimes get spasms in my foot.
Hard to say: It may or may not be related. There are many possible causes of the symptoms you are describing. I would certainly let your surgeon know and follow up for an accurate diagnosis and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more
I have minor scoliosis I am only 5 foot 10 inches and most males in my family are 6,0 and taller if I get corrective surgery will I get taller?
Possibly: It is possible that this would make you taller,but a spinal surgeon is best qualified to advise you after an evaluation. ...Read more
NO: No correlation between the two!Get a more detailed answer ›
Foot drop after successful scoliosis correction surgery. Still feels her feet. 16 year old. What is it? How long till it goes away and how?
Tingling in right foot for years on &off. Have scoliosis w/5 bulging discs. Possibly related? What could cause this? How do I stop it? What do I do?
I am 23 and have had 4 scoliosis surgeries. I have rods and screws in my back. I get random painful foot spasms. What can I do to help get rid of this?
Pain: How much do you weigh? Have you had a CT or MRI? Not uncommon to have painful foot spasms after back surgery. For now could be a diet issue: stay on low carb, gluten free diet. Could also be related to bulging disc or other issues. Call your surgeon or Consult with us to help solve this issue. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What treatment for SI pain+ internal rotation of the whole hip, leg and foot? 22yr female, prev scoliosis correction
Scoliosis surgery. Patient walking but with foot drop after a week. 5 weeks later is paralyzed in one leg. Possible reasons?
Scoliosis surgery: A progressive weakness in the lower extremity after spine surgery suggests there is compression on the spinal cord. The causes of spinal cord or nerve root compression ranges from hardware failure, hematoma formation, infection, to herniated discs above or below the fusion. See your surgeon for evaluation of the weakness. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can scoliosis cause Neuropathy? I've had episodes of foot tingling numbness and that travel up to my neck hands & lower back. Arms feel heavy too. This is not new, however it's getting worse. Started 30 years ago. I'm yo 66 female. All PE labs are excelle
Type of spine curve: There are multiple reasons for scoliosis &one is known as a congenital type which is when there is a deformity of the bones ( vertebra) of the spine that one is born with & leads to an early curvature of the spine. Some don't need surgery & others do. They tend to not respond to bracing & can be very progressive in terms of a rapidly worsening curve & may be associated with other medical issues. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Orthopedic follow up: Congenital scoliosis should be followed closely by an orthopedic doc that treats scoliosis. The issue is usually that one side of the spine grows faster than the other due to failure of one or more segments to separate or form. It progresses over time as the child grows. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'v a 10 yrs. Old daughter who has an s shape congenital scoliosis more than 45*, there was no noticable progress & no pain. What are the options?
Early and often care: Although there has been no progression yet, with your daughter at age 10 and either early in puberty or not even entering puberty yet, now is the time to be very aggressive about monitoring for changes and intervening early. This is not a little 10 degree curve - she is already at 45, and you don't want much progression before you would get agressive with early therapies. See spine doctor often! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not typically: not typically. The two exception to that are if the curve has been allowed to progress to an exceptionally large degree that it effects lung or cardiac function, which is quite rare nowadays. Or two, if the patient has other associated conditions with the scoliosis such as congenital heart or kidney problems which can be seen in a small percentage of cases. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: No, they cannot.Get a more detailed answer ›
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