Adolescent Scoliosis Cases

Cases Performed by Robert Pashman MD

Here are examples of Adolescent Scoliosis patient’s that Dr. Pashman has treated. The surgical procedure is individualized for each patient. Our spine team has the highest volume of Scoliosis Surgical cases on the West Coast. In most cases, excellent correction can be obtained, and the patient’s are pleased with their outcomes. The same “before” and “after” results may not occur for all patients.

Patient’s who required Posterior Spinal Fusions:

Example #1:

A 20 year old female with 78° King III curve. Treated with an posterior spinal fusion using pedicle screws.

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Example #2:

A 19 year old female with progressive adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. The curvature progressed from 40° to 51° despite bracing. She was treated with a posterior spinal fusion T2-L1.

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Example #3:

A 27 year old female with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, failed to fuse, and developed Flatback Syndrome. Post status two scoliosis surgeries. She was treated with a posterior spinal fusion T3-L2.

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Example #4:

A 22 year old female with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. The curvature progressed from 36° to 61° despite bracing as a teenager. She was treated with a posterior spinal fusion T2-L1.

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Example #5:

14 year old female with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. The curve progressed to 65° despite bracing. She was treated with a posterior spinal fusion and had complete correction of her curvature.

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Example #6:

13 year old female with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. Presented with a 52° progressive curve. Treated with a posterior fusion T3-L1.

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Example #7:

19 year old female with progressive adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. She presented with a 75° curve. Treated with a posterior fusion T3-L1.

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Example #8:

14 year old female with progressive Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis. She presented with a 51° curve. Treated with a posterior fusion T3-L1.

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Example #9:

21 year old male with progressive Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis. He presented with a 19°curve which progressed to 50°. Treated with a posterior fusion T3-L1. Review his case.

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Example #10:

12 year old female with Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis discovered during school screening. She presented with a 70° thoracic curve and 65° lumbar curve. She was treated with a posterior fusion T3-L4.

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Example #11:

17 year old female with Progressive Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis. She presented with a 36° thoracic curve which progressed to 48°. She was treated with a posterior fusion T3-L1.

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Example #12:

A 14 year old female, with Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis. She was treated with an Posterior Spinal Fusion from T3-L4.

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