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Understanding Scoliosis

Scoliosis Pottstown

Flashback from the eighties - a girl is wearing a full back brace for scoliosis and trying to get a sip of water from a drinking fountain.  At the time it was painfully funny and not so far fetched.  Unfortunately, the event was even more real for the 5 to 7 million people in the ...

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A New Look At Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain

Scoliosis Pottstown

Fibromyalgia can create many challenges for a person suffering with this disorder. The challenges often go well beyond the typical characteristic of chronic pain. Suffering from chronic pain alone can be debilitating. For a fibromyalgia sufferer just trying to explain all of their locations of pain is often confusing to their doctor and to complicate ...

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Pottstown Scoliosis and Spinal Curvature Treatments

Scoliosis Pottstown

Scoliosis is a spinal condition which affects between five and seven million people in the US alone, most often adolescents between the ages of 10 and 15, and more commonly girls, although it can affect any age. Over half a million visits to the doctor are made each year to either evaluate or treat scoliosis. ...

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Understanding and Treating Scoliosis in Pottstown

Scoliosis Pottstown

Scoliosis is a condition that affects 5 to 7 million people in the United States, most often adolescents between the ages of 10 and 15, and more commonly girls, although it can affect any age. Over half a million visits to the doctor are made each year to either evaluate or treat scoliosis. As the ...

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