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Nation's Best Scoliosis Treatment Programs

Spine conditions such as scoliosis can significantly impact a person's quality of life in many ways. Even the most basic of tasks can become difficult and painful for people with back and neck problems. However, new advances in medical and surgical treatment can relieve discomfort, restore function and help patients return to a pain-free lifestyle.

Whether your goal is to get back to sports, work, hobbies or just enjoying life, the specialists at Cleveland Clinic's Center for Spine Health can help. More than 21,000 people visit each year for help with conditions of the back and neck ranging from the most common to the most complex.

Download our free, 20-page Spine Care Patient Experience Brochure to learn more about possible care and solutions for scoliosis and other spine disorders:

  • Get an overview of treatment options for scoliosis, spinal stenosis, spine tumors, osteoporosis, bulging discs and spinal pain and instability
  • Read medical and surgical success stories from Cleveland Clinic patients
  • See a list of Cleveland Clinic facilities specializing in spine care and treatment

Our specialists are nationally recognized in orthopaedic surgery, neurosurgery and medical spine and provide patients with the latest innovative and effective medical and surgical treatments available for back and neck problems. Patients can be seen by our spine specialists within 72 hours to provide diagnosis and a recommended course of treatment.

Whatever your diagnosis, our specialists are dedicated to restoring your function and relieving pain to the greatest degree possible by applying their knowledge and skill, combined with the latest techniques and advanced technology.

In 2009, more than 2,000 surgical procedures were performed at the Cleveland Clinic Center for Spine Health.

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"Nothing did for me what the first go at acupuncture did. My back has not been as comfortable for most of my adult life as it is now. And, I have a physician doing it, which adds a feeling of security. I go back every six to eight weeks for a 'tune-up.' The only regret I have is that I waited until I was 84 to do this."

- Jo Steinhurst (Cleveland, Ohio)