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Diagonised with scoliosis lumber lordosis. Should I be worried about the findings?

my daughter, Shanila Nehlin, 13 yrs old, have been diagonised as 30 degree cob angle towards left scoliosis lumber lordosis found by xray in sep2012. we retrived another xray of 2007 and found the spine just taking left turn but unable to forsee and take measures since we ware unaware about such disease. For last 6 months treatment by exercise and scoliosis, hardly any improvement found by xray. now, what to do?
Asked On : Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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hallo dear friend
scoliosis is progressive disorder till bone maturity
if there is no improvement on conservative therapy like brace and exersizes
then you need to undergo corrective spinal surgery with pedicle scew fixation
and preventing further permanant groth hampering
thre are certain complications of spine surgery but for failed conservative treatment we will have to undergo surery
Answered: Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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