OHSU

Scoliosis Treatment

scoliosis

The OHSU Spine Center treats children and adults with scoliosis. Our spine specialists use conservative (non-surgical) treatments such as physical therapy and perform surgery only when necessary.

What Is Scoliosis?

Scoliosis is a medical condition that causes the spine to curve from side to side (spine curvature). In some cases, the spine also rotates causing one shoulder blade to project (stick out) farther than the other. Scoliosis can affect the thoracic spine (mid-back) and lumbar spine (lower back).

Learn More About Scoliosis

Treatments for Scoliosis

The OHSU Spine Center offers a full range of non-surgical and surgical treatments for scoliosis. Our doctors treat scoliosis with a conservative approach but may recommend surgery depending on your age, type of scoliosis, and how long you have been experiencing symptoms. Our scoliosis treatment options include:

Learn More About Scoliosis Treatments

Scoliosis Resources

OHSU spine experts speak on a number of topics related to scoliosis and the spine. These video lectures and podcasts are excellent resources for prospective patients who want to learn more about scoliosis and the OHSU doctors that treat this condition.


Videos

Dr. Robert Hart: Scoliosis and the Adult Spine

Dr. Alexander Ching: The Latest Techniques in Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

 

Podcasts

Adult Scoliosis: Treatment Options to Improve Your Quality of Life

Monitoring and Treating Pediatric Scoliosis

Schedule an Appointment

503 418-9888

Hear from the Spine Experts
functional-outcomes
self-referral

Locations

Center for Health & Healing
3303 SW Bond Ave, 8th floor
Portland, OR 97239

OHSU Spine Center at Cornell West
1500 NW Bethany Blvd., Suite 195
Beaverton, OR 97006

OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital
7th Floor
700 S.W. Campus Drive
Portland, OR 97239
Learn more about treatments for children with scoliosis