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    jszaradowski posted:
    This is a great website for teenagers with scoliosis to read/watch video of other teenagers who have had this and possibly had surgeries for this. They can also check out the warning signs that they might have this.

    Also a great website for parents with teenagers who have scoliosis to get advice, get more info on what scoliosis is.


    other resources I have read are two books

    Stopping Scoliosis by Nancy Schommer
    Scoliosis Sourcebook by Michael Neuwirth
    Coping with Scoliosis can't remember author's name but is a light blue book with an xray of scoliosis on cover. This book is a great book for kids/teenagers who have scoliosis or think they do to read
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