Prioritizing Your Mental Health

Your scoliosis journey is often filled withs lots of ups and downs. We want you to celebrate your ups, but also take care of your mental health during the downs. All of us face stress and anxiousness at one point or another. These feelings are completely normal, but we want you to be able to Read more about Prioritizing Your Mental Health[…]

Best Buys for Scoliosis Surgery Recovery

While the road to recovery after your scoliosis surgery is filled with ups and downs, there are some items that might make recovery easier for you. Below you’ll find some tips about how to prepare and hear from kids and teens who have had surgery! 1. Grippy slippers/socks – The hospital will provide grippy socks, Read more about Best Buys for Scoliosis Surgery Recovery[…]

The Unknowns: Controllables vs Uncontrollables

The Unknowns: Controllables vs Uncontrollables Written by Annie Kramer At the age of 12, I was diagnosed with severe idiopathic scoliosis. Walking into a new school as a 6th grader had its challenges, especially with the additional challenge of my worsening spine. Before I knew it my doctors put me in a full-time hard shell Read more about The Unknowns: Controllables vs Uncontrollables[…]

Sophia’s Scoliosis Story

Sophia’s Scoliosis Story Hi everyone!! My name is Sophia (@sophiasscoliosis on instagram), and this is my scoliosis story!! When I was 15, I battled back pain and stiffness for months before finally making an appointment with a spine specialist at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children. On October 12th, 2018, I was diagnosed with severe Read more about Sophia’s Scoliosis Story[…]

A Scoliosis Warrior – Trinity’s Story

A Scoliosis Warrior – Trinity’s Story When my daughter, Trinity, was 5 yrs old, we took her in to our family physician for a normal school physical.  The doctor did a Scoliosis check on her and suggested that we have some X-rays done as more of a precaution than anything. To this point, Trinity had Read more about A Scoliosis Warrior – Trinity’s Story[…]

Surgery Is Not Always Recommended – Family Facing a Surgery Dilemma

The decision to move forward or not move forward with surgery is not one that should be taken lightly. Some cases are straight forward, while others, like Anastasia’s, are a little more complicated. Anastasia’s mom, Stacey, shares the dilemma they faced when their doctor did not recommend surgery for Anastasia’s 50° curve. While reliving this Read more about Surgery Is Not Always Recommended – Family Facing a Surgery Dilemma[…]

An Artistic Approach to Dealing with Scoliosis

An Artistic Approach to Dealing with Scoliosis “Art washes away from the soul the dust of every day life.” – Picasso Everyone reacts to the news that they have scoliosis differently. Some choose art as their outlet and create beautiful pieces that reflect their scoliosis journey. The Instagram account – Scoliosis.art – is devoted to Read more about An Artistic Approach to Dealing with Scoliosis[…]

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