Spine Surgery Cases

Molly F.

9+5-year old female with juvenile-onset idiopathic scoliosis underwent posterior pedicle screw instrumentation construct with maintenance of her correction at 5 years postoperative, now completely skeletally mature. MORE >

Marida F.

19+1-year-old female with a very severe adolescent idiopathic right thoracic scoliosis with her spine nearly touching her ribcage on the right side. Her spine was severely rotated as well. She underwent a two-stage posterior reconstruction with a VCR to correct her severe scoliosis deformity.   Read about Marida's journey >   MORE >

Kathryn C.

14+4-year-old female had an 81-degree thoracic adolescent idiopathic scoliosis with a 46-degree proximal thoracic curve producing a double thoracic curve pattern (Lenke curve classification 2AN). She underwent a posterior pedicle screw instrumentation and fusion from T3-L1. At 5 years postoperative, she has maintained excellent coronal correction and trunk alignment. MORE >

Hannah B.

11+10-year-old female cerebral palsy patient with a severe progressive 118-degree scoliosis and pelvic obliquity. She was treated with a single stage posterior pedicle screw construct procedure resulting in very nice correction of her severe scoliosis and improvement in her overall health and appearance. Read about Hannah's journey >   MORE >

Caitlin M.

12+6-year-old female presented with a severe 159-degree idiopathic thoracic scoliosis (Lenke curve classification 4AN). Her spine was nearly touching her ribcage. She underwent preliminary halo-gravity traction followed by a two-stage posterior spinal fusion and a posterior-based VCR for correction of her severe deformity. At 5 years postoperative, she has excellent MORE >

Andrea D.

13+6-year-old female developed an extremely severe 158-degree scoliosis with her ribcage abutting her pelvis when standing. She was treated with a two-stage anterior and posterior spinal reconstruction and placed in halo traction for 3 months between stages. 5 years after surgery, she has excellent radiographic alignment and clinical posture. She MORE >

Mary H.

69+11-year-old female with a degenerative scoliosis that produced an increasing truncal imbalance to the right, and a thoracic kyphosis that was progressing as well. She underwent a posterior realignment from the upper thoracic spine to the sacrum and ilium with a second stage anterior fusion/cage procedure. At 5 years postoperative, MORE >

Margaret S.

60+3-year-old female with several failed lumbar spine surgeries who presented with a severe forward truncal imbalance, such that the only way she could maintain an upright posture was to hold on to a wheelchair or walker. She underwent a two stage spinal reconstruction consisting of a long instrumentation and fusion MORE >