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iScoliosis.com TV

McKenna is a typical 14-year-old girl. Her life is filled with school, friends and her favorite pastime dancing. But McKenna is also very different from other girls she has idiopathic Scoliosis. Join us as we follow McKenna through her surgery and recovery from scoliosis. Meet McKenna

Talking to My Parents

Let's face it, talking to parents is never easy, but when you're diagnosed with scoliosis, your parents can be a big help. Though talking to your parents about how you feel may be the last thing you want to do, it is very important. Click here for some tips on how to help your parents understand what you are going through.

Ask My Child's Doctor

You think your child may have scoliosis, but before you set foot into a doctor's office, get the questions you will need answered. Click here for a printable set of questions for your first visit to your child's doctor.

My Child's Surgery Questions

If your child is facing surgery, you probably have a lot of questions, but do you know everything to ask? Make sure you get all of the facts you need to know. Click here for a printable set of questions you should ask your child's spine surgeon.

  • Published: July 22, 2002
  • Updated: July 22, 2008