The following Conditions are related to Scoliosis

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  • Limb-girdle muscular dystrophies

    Although there are some common themes recognizable in the main types of LGMD, the age at onset, severity, and progression of symptoms associated with LGMD may vary greatly from case to case, even among members of the same family. Some cases of LGMD may have onset during adulthood, mild symptoms, and slow progression; others may have onset during childhood and early severe disability such as difficulty climbing stairs and walking. Some individu  Read More

  • Sacral regression

    Your child’s symptoms will depend on the type of caudal regression syndrome that’s diagnosed. Mild cases may not cause any noticeable changes in your child’s appearance. But in severe cases, your child may have visible differences in the leg and hip area. For example, their legs may be permanently bent in a “frog-like” stance. Other visible characteristics may include: spine curving  Read More