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What You Need to Know about Spinal Sports Injuries

Tuesday, September 16, Noon to 1 p.m. with Kim Gladden, MD, and Kush Goyal, MD.

Do back injuries occur in sports? How common are they? Do athletes ever recover? How serious are neck and back injuries? How do you determine return to play?

If you are an athlete who has suffered neck or back pain, get your questions answered by our sports and exercise medicine and spine health experts who will discuss possible causes for pain, diagnosis and treatment options.

What You Should Know About Scoliosis in Children and Adults

Wednesday, September 24, Noon to 1 p.m. with Ryan Goodwin, MD, R. Douglas Orr, MD, and John O'Connell, MD.

Scoliosis is an abnormal sideways curvature and rotation of the spine. Although most common in young teenagers, scoliosis affects children as well as adults. Scoliosis affects about 2% – 3% of the pediatric population and up to 30% of adults worldwide. Take this opportunity to speak with our specialists who will discuss different types of scoliosis, diagnosis and treatment options.

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