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Q & A on scoliosis with our experts at Arnold Palmer Hospital

Posted by @ArnoldPalmerMod in Scoliosis, Aug 14, 2014

Scoliosis is a relatively common condition among children and adolescents. It’s important to know that no spine is perfectly flat, but those who are unaffected by scoliosis have a spine that is straight when looking up and down the middle of the back. Likewise, those who are affected by scoliosis have a curve that runs side-to-side, sometimes resembling the letters “S” or “C,” instead of the letter “I.” Learn more about scoliosis from our experts, Dr. Knapp and Dr. Herrera, in this Q & A post, here: http://myilluminateblog.com/q-a-on-scoliosis-with-dr-herrera-and-dr-knapp-pediatric-orthopedic-physicians-at-arnold-palmer-hospital/

Tags: scoliosis, commonly asked questions, illuminate, physician interview

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