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Scoliosis refers to an abnormal curvature of the spine, most often affecting children during growth spurts. Treatments for scoliosis may include wearing a back brace and, if needed, spinal fusion or bone grafting. If it is not treated during childhood, effects can be seen through adulthood.

Scoliosis specialists in Dallas, Texas

The Medical City Scoliosis & Advanced Spine Center, located inside Medical City Spine Hospital, is a leading spine center in North Texas.

The orthopedic doctors at our hospital provide the care needed to help you return to a full life. Should you need scoliosis surgery, we can accommodate your treatment needs. From your first appointment to surgery and recovery, a dedicated coordinator will support you at every step.

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Scoliosis at Medical City Spine Hospital, a Medical City Dallas Facility

Industry-leading research

The orthopedic doctors at our spine hospital are leaders in scoliosis care. Additionally, the medical directors at our hospital often publish work in peer-reviewed journals. We also contribute to the development of advanced protocols and interventions for scoliosis. This commitment to industry-leading research enables us to deliver the latest, most effective scoliosis care possible.

Adult scoliosis diagnosis and treatment

Adult scoliosis is rare, and most spine centers focus on pediatric scoliosis. However, thanks to the advanced technology we use at our hospital, we can specialize in adult scoliosis treatment options.

Adult scoliosis is generally caused by:

  • The progression of teenage scoliosis
  • Degenerative scoliosis (arthritis that accumulates over time and causes the spine to abnormally curve)

Spine specialists hope to detect and treat scoliosis in adolescence, so we can treat the condition before the curve of the spine worsens. Unfortunately, this isn't always possible. Scoliosis may go undiagnosed, or it may develop in adulthood.

Following a diagnosis, your orthopedic team can move forward with a treatment plan. Sometimes, you can manage scoliosis with nonsurgical options. This could include physical therapy or wearing a brace. In severe cases and with adult scoliosis, your doctor may recommend spine surgery.

Arriving for scoliosis care

We're located east of Highway 75 and north of Forest Lane. Our address is:

11990 North Central Expressway

Dallas, TX 75243

If you're arriving for an appointment, park and enter Medical City Spine Hospital's main lobby. You'll pass by our information desk. Stop by for further instructions on checking in for your appointment.

Our Scoliosis Locations

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Medical City Spine Hospital
11990 N Central Expressway
Dallas, TX 75243
 (972) 940 - 8000

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Medical City Spine Hospital
11990 N Central Expressway
Dallas, TX 75243
 (972) 940 - 8000
Medical City Children's Hospital
7777 Forest Ln
Dallas, TX 75230
 (972) 566 - 7000

0.4 miles

Medical City Frisco Hospital
5500 Frisco Square Blvd
Frisco, TX 75034
 (214) 618 - 0500

17.0 miles