Diagnosis of Scoliosis




Dr. Georgiy Brosuvanik, Spine Surgeon with Baptist Health South Florida, explains with a digital imaging how he diagnoses a scoliosis.

He describes generally with scoliosis there is an asymmetrical degeneration of the discs. He also says the region of the spine the mid-back is very commonly affected by scoliosis, but it doesn’t cause pain, because this segment of the spine is not associated with back pain.

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