Scoliosis Treatment

How Do I Make An Appointment?

To have Dr. Antonacci personally review your case, please fill out our comprehensive form (est. 20 min to complete the form). After Doctors’s review, a staff member from Dr. Antonacci’s and Dr. Betz’s office will contact you (typically within 48 hours) for more information about your condition or to schedule an appointment.

If you’re in a hurry and would prefer we call you, please use our Request Appointment Quick Form below.

Randal Betz MD M. Darryl Antonacci MD, FACS

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Have you had MRI, CT, or XRAY within the last 6 months?
Have You Been Told You Need Surgery?
At this time, we are currently not accepting that type of insurance. You are welcome to learn more about our procedures and credentials, or read and watch our patient testimonials. If your insurance changes, we hope you consider us for your spine surgery.
At this time we currently do not accept managed-care type plans. If your type of insurance allows for out-of-network care, please include the name of your insurer.

Our team of highly experienced and awarded spine surgeons provide less-invasive techniques with operative times and hospital stays dramatically less than most other spinal surgeons. This represents the true benefit of our pioneering procedures and years of experience and expertise. Learn more about our unique Vertebral Body Stapling, Anterior Scoliosis Correction and Posterior Spinal Fusion.


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Scoliosis is defined as a lateral (side) curvature of the spine that may occur in children or adults. The Institute for Spine & Scoliosis continues our tradition of researching the latest techniques and improvements in spinal surgery, to develop new and less-invasive treatment options for scoliosis, especially for child and adolescent developing spines.

Scoliosis may cause back pain, abnormal gait, uneven hips and different leg lengths for adolescents, and even more severe symptoms when found in adults. More information about Scoliosis and Kyphosis, specifically Adolescent Idiopathic ScoliosisDegenerative Scoliosis, and Kyphosis may be found on their respective pages.

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