Monthly Archives: June 2015

The Risk of Scoliosis Doesn’t Go Away

We’ve all heard of scoliosis, and we generally associate this risk with the young. However, there is serious risk of degenerative, or adult-onset scoliosis for adults.  This degeneration can start as young as 40, but is more prevalent among those 65 and older. As we age, if there is significant degeneration of the facet joints, curvature of the spine can occur and this condition is called degenerative scoliosis. Dr. Fuller covers the 4 types of scoliosis here.

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