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Let me explain: Mattress does not help in correcting those conditions but they may help you in sleeping well. So pick firm mattress. ...Read more
My xray showed i've scoliosis, referred for physio - should I also be referred to an orthopedic specialist?
How can I deal with my scoliosis? The backaches are becoming more and more common. (nightly now) i don't have an orthopedist.I stopped going at 14
I was diagnosed with a 32 degree curve of my bck due to scoliosis after being to an orthopedist and a physical therapist with no results what would be a suggested course of action from here?
Hi. i have had a very very painful bump on the right side of my back near my spine for a year and a half now. i was aslo just diagnosed with scoliosis. i am a 24 year old female. when i went to an orthopedic about the lump he said it was just an inflammat
Was I supposed to continue seeing orthopedist after getting out of scoliosis brace when I was 13? It's more noticeable in hips now..
Structural problem: Most scoliosis problems that I have seen originate from three load bearing areas. The TMJ can cause postural avoidance of pain/airway going down the body, the hips both ascending/descending issues, and feet problems ascending up the body. Everything is connected. You could have a single problem or several overlapping. You may need to see several specialist to get diagnosis and treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ortho / neurosurgeon: Orthopedists treat both scoliosis & herniated discs. However, you want to see and ortho-spine specialist & not just any ortho. Neurosurgeons also specialize in the treatment of back problems, particularly herniated disc's. It's usually just pt preference. In your case with a history of a meningioma it would be prudent to discuss these issues with your neurosurgeon first & then decide on the doc. ...Read more
My daughter,14,has scoliosis, 53 deg. No period yet. Rehab doctor says brace has a chance. Orthopedic surgeons (3) say surgery. Any idea?
I've lost 45 pounds thru diet/exercise. Now my scoliosis is more obvious. Its not hurting though. How often shud I have my orthopaedist check it out?
Age?: Congrats on making such great healthy changes! if you're an adult & you've stopped growing, then your scoliosis will stay the same. It won't get worse. Glad it doesn't hurt you. Consider treatment like osteopath, exercise if it's hurting you or interfering with your daily life. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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