Facebook Live: Pediatric Scoliosis Awareness

Image - Dr. Roger Widmann and Michelle Yang

Improving spine health and maintaining good posture to curtail the progression of childhood scoliosis or minimize the risk of developing degenerative scoliosis are universal concerns among parents today. From the HSS Lerner Children’s Pavilion, we’re joined by an HSS pediatric orthopedic surgeon (Dr. Roger Widmann) and physical therapist (Michelle Yang) for a special Q&A in honor of Scoliosis Awareness Month. To view more of our previous Facebook Live broadcasts, click here.

LIVE from the HSS Lerner Children’s Pavilion, we’re joined by an HSS pediatric orthopedic surgeon and physical therapist for a special Q&A in recognition of Scoliosis Awareness Month.

Posted by Hospital for Special Surgery on Thursday, June 21, 2018



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