Scoliosis Treatment Denver

At Colorado Spine and Scoliosis Institute, we offer scoliosis treatment in Denver that really work for our patients. Dr. Kumar is a leader in scoliosis surgery and advocates minimally invasive procedures whenever possible for best results, healing and recovering. When you come to Colorado Spine and Scoliosis Institute, we will engage with you one-on-one, listen to…

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Successful Scoliosis Treatment in Denver

One of the most complex spine conditions to treat effectively is scoliosis.  Traditionally it is treated with a supportive brace that can at least prevent the curvature of the spine from increasing and in some cases correct it somewhat, but this does not always get the results that people need.   There is successful scoliosis treatment…

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Dr. Kumar, Scoliosis Corrective Surgery Specialist in Denver

The S shaped curve of the spine known as scoliosis can be very painful and cause problems with mobility, and traditional treatments such as physical therapy and back braces, while somewhat helpful, don’t do enough for all patients. Dr. Kumar, scoliosis corrective surgery specialist in Denver, offers innovative and highly effective surgical options for people…

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Denver Scoliosis Doctor

Severe scoliosis can be painful and prevent a lot of upper body mobility, and there is only so much that physical therapy and back braces can do to correct serious cases.  Anant Kumar is a Denver scoliosis doctor who focuses on finding the least invasive  surgical solutions to people’s spinal conditions so that they can…

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Spine Surgery Options Denver

Living with chronic pain in your back, neck or spine makes all of your day to day activities more difficult. Even on days when the pain subsides, you are constantly aware that the wrong movement could set it off again, and when it actively hurts you have to decide between suffering or taking medications that…

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Scoliosis Corrective Options Denver

Scoliosis is a curvature of the spine that is far enough beyond the standard that it is painful and debilitating, and there are several ways to treat this condition.  Traditionally, it is approached with back braces or other supportive devices, and physical therapy, and in severe cases, surgery.  Modern innovations in less invasive surgery techniques have…

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