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The Baylor Scoliosis Center: Diagnosis, Treatment & Care 

Advanced Solutions for Scoliosis 

The Baylor Scoliosis Center provides hope through advanced treatment options for scoliosis, often even in cases when a patient has been told that there is nothing that can be done.

Scoliosis is a common spine disorder in which the vertebrae rotate, creating a curve in the upper or lower back. Patients can have mild scoliosis with little impact on their wellbeing, or a more severe case with a greater curvature causing pain, disfigurement and even difficulties walking and breathing.

Regardless of severity, the Baylor Scoliosis Center has three locations to help adults and children find the right treatment. Our highly experienced team has performed more than 2,000 scoliosis surgeries. Contact one of our locations listed on the right side of the page or learn more about us at the links below.  

Why Choose Baylor

Baylor Scoliosis Center is one of the largest scoliosis centers in the nation and draws patients from all over the world.

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Diagnosis

The first step in developing an effective treatment plan is determining the type and severity of the scoliosis.

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Our Clinics & Hospital

The Baylor Scoliosis Center has three convenient outpatient locations and surgeries are performed at Baylor Plano.

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SCOLISCORE

The SCOLISCORE test can help provide insight into the possible progression of a child’s scoliosis.

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Our Medical Expertise

The physicians on our medical staff specialize in and have performed over 2,000 scoliosis surgeries.

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Treatment

We specialize in complex procedures to treat painful spinal deformity. We also offer a range of nonsurgical treatments.

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Navigators & Staff

Our patient navigators can assist you with appointments and scheduling through evaluation and treatment.

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Patient Stories

Our patients share their personal experience with their spinal disorder and how treatment has changed their lives.

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