How To Recognize Scoliosis In Your Child And What To Do Next

About 1 in 25 adolescent girls and 1 in 200 teenage boys develops scoliosis. At Westchester Health, scoliosis is something we see often. It’s a fairly serious condition that we feel parents need to be aware of so they can recognize the symptoms in their child and if need be, seek treatment. That’s why we’d like to share this excellent blog by Lauren Adler, MD, FAAP, a pediatrician in our Westchester Health Pediatrics group, about the causes of scoliosis and the different ways it can be treated.

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