5 Things to Know About Scoliosis

Here are 5 important things to know about recognizing and treating idiopathic scoliosis, including who is most likely affected and when bracing is advised.

4 Scoliosis Exercises

These exercises can help build core and lower back strength, improve posture, and encourage scoliosis health.

The Only Proven Non-Surgical Treatment for Slowing Scoliosis

Learn more about bracing as a treatment option for idiopathic scoliosis.

How to Treat Your Child’s Mild Scoliosis

Children with mild scoliosis curves have two main treatment options: observation and bracing.

4 Beginning Yoga Poses for Those with Scoliosis

Nearly everyone can benefit from practicing yoga, even those living with scoliosis. Learn which beginning yoga poses can help you strengthen your core, decrease your pain, and focus on your breathing.

June Is Scoliosis Awareness Month

Scoliosis is a common spinal deformity, and early detection is important in order to manage it.

New Features Make the Spine-Health Forums Easier to Use

The Spine-health Forums offer a great way for those with chronic conditions to interact, and now they’re better than ever.

Unusual Spine Case Series Part 2: Severe Scoliosis

While scoliosis may occur in up to 10% of the population, severe scoliosis requiring surgery is rare. A young girl and her mother share their story of how severe scoliosis has affected their lives.

Surgery Results and Considerations for Scoliosis and Kyphosis

Scoliosis and kyphosis are sideways and forward deformities of the spine that can lead to both aesthetic and functional issues for patients. Patients who are in the advanced stages of these deformities may even have problems with breathing and digestive tract function.