When back pain made it difficult for Lisa Raskin to stand up straight in the morning, she knew something was wrong. At the Baylor Scoliosis Center, she was diagnosed with a 70-degree curve in her spine. Surgeons on the medical staff performed a complex surgical procedure in which rods were inserted to straighten her spine. The surgery relieved her pain and increased her mobility. "Baylor was extraordinary. I am so much better off today than before the surgery. I never expected this much change in my life."
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