Scoliosis: Ascending the Curve
M. Evans and Company, Jan 1, 1999 - Health & Fitness - 306 pages
There are roughly five million people in the United States being treated for scoliosis. Every year some half-million new cases are diagnosed--the great majority of them adolescent girls. Untreated, scoliosis causes increaing curvature of the spine--a progressive, debilitating condition that can leave the sufferer permanently bent over and eventually totally crippled.
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SCOLIOSIS: Ascending the CurveUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
For many scoliosis sufferers, diagnosis and treatment occur during adolescence, so it's fitting that this up-to-date look at the subject comes from Lyons, an 18-year-old Yale freshman and national ... Read full review
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