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.
Why Choose Baylor?
More than 3,000 surgeries · Nationally Recognized Leaders in Scoliosis Treatment
Focus on Scoliosis
Baylor Scott & White Scoliosis Center is the facility in this area dedicated to Scoliosis deformities, complex spine surgeries and revision surgeries. As a result of this focus, we’re able to direct our time, talent and resources into providing a greater range of options and thoughtful, individualized care.
You’ll notice it the moment you first walk into our offices. With us, you’ll talk directly about your treatment options to the doctor who will take time to understand the complexity of your situation, perform a detailed diagnosis and tailor a treatment plan around your needs. If we don’t believe surgery is the best course of action, we’ll tell you that too, and recommend a non-surgical remedy as a first course of action.
Fellowship-trained and board-certified, Drs. Hostin and O’Brien have devoted their professional lives to the research and treatment of complex spine conditions, making a profound difference in the lives of the people they treat – particularly those who have had unsuccessful treatment in the past. TESTIMONIALS ›