Baylor Scoliosis Center Wins Readers’ Choice Award for Favorite Spine Surgery Group

By on October 2, 2017

Baylor Scoliosis Center Wins Readers’ Choice Award for Favorite Spine Surgery Group

If you’ve ever broken a bone, had your appendix removed, or delivered a baby via C-section, you know that even the most common surgeries can be scary. But if you need something more serious done (like spinal surgery) it can be downright terrifying! That’s why it’s important to find a physician you can trust. Our readers voted and they agree – if you have scoliosis or another spine condition that requires surgery, go to Baylor Scoliosis Center, winner of Addison Magazine’s 2017 Readers’ Choice Award for Favorite Spine Surgery Group.

According to the Baylor Scoliosis Center’s website, scoliosis is a spine disorder in which the vertebrae in your spine curve in your upper or lower back. It can be mild with little pain or severe with extreme pain and disfigurement that makes walking and breathing difficult. There are many different causes including genetics, degeneration, spinal cord injury, improper spinal formation during fetal development, or abnormal nerve or muscle function. Many times surgery is required to remove or alleviate pain.

Other common spine conditions that can be treated at Baylor Scoliosis Center include a herniated disc, Scheuermann’s Kyphosis, Spinal Stenosis, Spondylolysis and Spondylolisthesis.

Baylor Scoliosis Center opened in 2005 on the campus of Baylor Scott and White Medical Center – Plano. Their goal is “to deliver advanced, skilled care for spinal deformity in a boutique setting, keeping the patient at the center of everything we do.” This patient-centered focus has helped Baylor Scoliosis Center become one of the largest regional deformity centers in the U.S., which has treated more than 3,000 patients by finding surgical and non-surgical solutions best suited for each specific condition.

The expert physicians at Baylor Scoliosis Center include Richard Hostin, MD, medical director, who provides medical direction for the treatment of spinal diseases such as pediatric and adult spinal deformity, degenerative conditions, spinal trauma, tumors and infections. Michael O’Brien, MD, is the medical director of research, who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of spinal disorders and deformities like reconstructive spine surgery for children, adolescents and adults. In addition, Ioannis Alexander Avramis, MD, is the medical director of scoliosis research, who investigates the development of innovative treatments for spine conditions.

Don’t let back pain stop you from living a normal life. See if the experts at the reader-recommended Baylor Scoliosis Center can help you by setting up a consultation appointment today. It might just change your life!

Sydni Ellis grew up in the great state of Texas, where she learned to love chips and salsa and hot weather. She has a master's degree in Journalism from the University of North Texas, and she currently works in the College Communications, Marketing and Outreach office at Richland College. Some of her passions include writing, traveling and re-reading the Harry Potter Series every chance she gets. In the spirit of spontaneity, Sydni lives her life with a pen in one hand and her video camera in the other; ready to capture the next great story.

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