My Journey with an “S” Curve and Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis
Madeline's S-shaped adolescent idiopathic scoliosis progressed into two nearly 70-degree curves. It's now been more than five years since she had surgery; read about what she's doing and the sport she's currently playing.
Dancing Through Life With Idiopathic Scoliosis
Annie was diagnosed with idiopathic scoliosis, with a 32 degree S curve when she was 8 years old. Her family and doctors opted for her to wear a brace, rather than surgery, which allowed her to dance competitively.
When Idiopathic Scoliosis Threw Me For A Curve, I Swung Back
Following an idiopathic scoliosis diagnosis when she was 16 and subsequent surgeries, Jessie is back to living an active lifestyle, including barrel racing.
Friendship, Sisterhood, and Laughter Through Tears
Best friends Anna and Grace had surgery for their scoliosis on the same day by the same surgeon. But their friendship goes much deeper than that.
What’s Next For Meggie Zahneis
No one really wants to go to the doctor. But sometimes, when you get to pretend you’re Peter Pan in physical therapy or make your own super balls with hearing
You want my child to wear WHAT?
It’s a question parents ask me quite often. It might not be in those exact words, but the implication of surprise is there. Their initial reaction is fair — for
Body Cast Helps One-Year-Old Overcome Scoliosis
One-year-old overcomes an infantile scoliosis diagnosis with the help of Cincinnati Children's Mehta casting, a non-invasive therapy.
Mission trip to India helps children with severe scoliosis
Six children in India with complex spine deformities are standing straight and healthy today thanks to a mission trip led by surgeons from Cincinnati Children’s. The surgical team was
Sometimes, a Picture is Worth so Much More than a Thousand Words
They say a picture’s worth a thousand words. Well, to us, that picture is worth a million words and one huge thank you. William “Bryce” Staverman was born with most