Where Can I Have Scoliosis Deformity Correction in Asia?

Scoliosis is an abnormal curvature of the spine that can be treated in several ways depending on the severity of the condition and its progression. The spine of someone with scoliosis has an "S" or "C" shape. Surgery is generally recommended to patients who feel constant pain, have difficulty breathing, or a steadily worsening curve angle.

Scoliosis symptoms

  • Uneven shoulders or waistline
  • Leaning slightly to one side
  • A hump on one side of the back

Scoliosis is more commonly found in women over 40 years old, and can cause the hips or shoulders to be uneven as the spine rotates sideways. Scoliosis treatment methods depend on your age, how much more you are likely to grow, the degree of your spine's curve, the extent of pain, the functional limitation and cosmetic appearance of the spine.

Types of scoliosis surgery

  • Scoliosis Surgery from the Back (Posterior Surgical Approach)
  • Scoliosis Surgery from the Front (Anterior Surgical Approach)

Surgery is a safe and highly effective treatment option used for severe scoliosis or for curves that do not respond to bracing. The main surgery for scoliosis is spinal fusion, and nearly all surgeries will use implants in order to help straighten the spine. The degree of correction from surgery depends on how flexible your scoliosis is before your operation.

Scoliosis surgery benefits

  • Will straighten the spine as much as possible
  • Will stop the progression of the deformity
  • Will remove any pressure from spinal cord and protect nerves from further damage
  • Will balance the waist and torso areas

Surgical procedures in adult scoliosis are complex, and are undertaken only after careful consideration and all nonsurgical methods have been exhausted.

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