Scoliosis/spinal deformity is a sideways curve of the spine that shows up as an “S” or “C” shape rather than a straight line down the back. It can occur in children, adolescents and adults. According to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, approximately 2% of the population has scoliosis.

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Spine Surgery

There are a number of different types of spondylolisthesis. We’ve listed the most common ones. To see the entire list of spinal surgeries, click here.

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Why Choose Baylor?

More than 3,000 surgeries · Nationally Recognized Leaders in Scoliosis Treatment

Revision Surgery

Have you experienced an unsuccessful spine surgery? Have you been told you have to live with the pain and deformity? Take heart. While many centers are reluctant to try to correct a failed first procedure, Baylor Scoliosis Center specializes in complex or challenging deformities – particularly those resulting from unsuccessful surgeries.

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Scoliscore Test

The SCOLISCORE Test is the first genetic test designed to help provide physicians and parents with insight into the possible progression of your child’s Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS), thus enabling the physician to better personalize your child’s treatment plan.

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