Scoliosis diagnosis and treatment in Frisco
The spine doctors and specially trained neurosurgeons at Medical City Frisco provide advanced spine and scoliosis care for children and adults. Each patient receives individualized treatment tailored to their needs, including minimally invasive techniques to detect and correct scoliosis at any stage for children and adults.
Find a physician or call (972) 202-8761.
We know every patient is unique. Your orthopedic team will customize a scoliosis treatment plan to your specific needs. However, our goal is the same for all patients with scoliosis: We aim to reduce pain and discomfort while improving mobility and quality of life.
Ideally, doctors can use nonsurgical methods, such as a brace, to treat scoliosis. Surgery may be needed if the curve is severe.
Pediatric scoliosis surgery
We have a dedicated group of scoliosis specialists and surgeons committed to increasing your child's health and quality of life. Your child's orthopedic team will use minimally invasive tools whenever possible to deliver the best possible surgical outcomes.
Treatment for adult scoliosis
The adult scoliosis experts at our hospital offer a variety of nonsurgical options, including:
- Self-monitoring to ensure a spine curve isn't progressing
- Physical therapy
- Interventions, such as injections and blocks
If these options don't prevent your scoliosis from worsening, spine surgery may be needed. If so, your orthopedic doctor will further explain how surgery can restore and stabilize your spinal balance.
Spine care appointments at our hospital
Our hospital is east of the Dallas North Tollway. We're at the intersection of Frisco Square Boulevard and Dallas Parkway. Our address is:
5500 Frisco Square Blvd.
Frisco, TX 75034
For orthopedic appointments, park and proceed inside the hospital's main entrance. You'll see our information desk. Stop there to check in. You'll receive further instructions on reaching the department or physician for your appointment.
Scoliosis at Medical City Healthcare
Scoliosis refers to an abnormal curvature. Scoliosis most often affects children during growth spurts. Treatments for scoliosis may include wearing a back brace and, if needed, spinal fusion or bone grafting. If the condition is not treated during childhood, effects can be seen through adulthood.Learn about Scoliosis