Ahead of the Curve, the scoliosis program at Neuroscience Group, features experts who specialize in spine care (scoliosis and spinal deformity) including fellowship-trained neurosurgeons, pain management physicians, and physical therapists. Our comprehensive program includes monitoring of scoliosis curvatures until surgery is needed and helping with spinal pain and education for those patients requiring surgery. Our highly trained physicians and our comprehensive model mean both adolescents and adults with spinal deformity can receive the high quality scoliosis care close to home.
Individualized Scoliosis Care
Several things are used to determine the proper treatment of scoliosis. We take the following factors into account when developing your individual plan:
- Curve Size
- Location of the Curve
- Patient Age
- How much growth progression is left in the spine
As highly dedicated doctors for scoliosis treatment, our scoliosis team will use your information to determine the progress of your curve and discuss what that means for you and your family.
Start Receiving Treatment in Three Easy Steps
1. Request an Appointment
To start your progress towards treatment contact Neuroscience Group to request an appointment. One of our scheduling staff members will set you up with an appointment at one of our 10 convenient locations.
2. Attend Your Appointment With Our Top Rated Scoliosis Care Providers
One of our top-rated providers will meet with you to discuss your symptoms and they’ll work with you to put together a treatment plan. You’ll be able to ask all of your questions and leave your appointment with confidence that you’re receiving the best care from Neuroscience Group.
3. Begin Your Customized Treatment Plan
Your personalized treatment plan could include further testing, bracing, exercise/physical therapy, or support. We provide complete scoliosis care at Neuroscience Group, so we’ll be there for you every step of the way.
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We Classify Scoliosis Based on the Age When Symptoms Begin
- Infantile: occurring when a child is < 3 years of age
- Juvenile: occurring between ages of 4-9
- Adolescent: occurring between ages 10-17
- Adult Degenerative Scoliosis: occurring in adults due to degenerative disc disease, and arthritis that affects the facet joints.
Learn more about our scoliosis diagnosis and treatment process in our Scoliosis Guide.
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Personalized Care Close to Home
Neuroscience Group offers physician expertise and compassionate care at convenient locations across Northeast Wisconsin. Our 7 locations offering scoliosis care are conveniently located across Northeast Wisconsin.