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This is Rachel, one of our scoliosis patients who had spine surgery. She created this video to show that almost every child with scoliosis can lead an active, normal life and achieve their dreams — big and small.
James was born with a condition called "spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia," which affects his spine and the ends of the long bones in his body. Through the Spine and Scoliosis Center, we can help kids like James do the little things that count.
Our Spine and Scoliosis Center team's vast surgical and non-surgical expertise allow kids with scoliosis and other spinal deformities to get back to doing what they do best — being kids.
As part of our comprehensive clinical care, our Spine and Scoliosis Center physicians help kids and teens understand what's going on with their bodies and what to expect during their treatment.
We’re here to help children and teens with spinal deformities reach for their dreams — whether that means gliding across a stage, scoring the winning goal, or just feeling more mobile and comfortable in whatever they decide to do.
As world-renowned experts in pediatric orthopedics, we want kids to be the very best they can be, to reach their full potential — with the least amount of pain, discomfort and disruption to their lives as possible.
Dr. Peter Gabos shows Samantha a model of her spine three months after spinal fusion surgery to correct her severe curvature.
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