Scoliosis

Scoliosis is defined as a lateral (side) curvature of the spine that may occur in children or adults; a related condition, kyphosis, is a (usually convex) curvature of the spine that causes hunchback and other degrees of spinal distress depending upon the degree of the curve and location on the spine. There are many types of these disorders (e.g., lordosis), as well as both non-surgical and surgical treatment for the pain and other adverse effects of the conditions.

Flexible Fusion Dr. Darryl Antonacci

Dr. Antonacci’s Anterior Scoliosis Correction (ASC) approach to treating scoliosis. Using the tethering cord, the patient will have flexibility while straightening the scoliosis curve.

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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 Adolescent Idiopathic ScoliosisDegenerative Scoliosis, and Kyphosis may be found on their respective pages.

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.

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 (ASC) and Posterior Spinal Fusion.

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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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