Why we created the National Scoliosis Clinic
The National Scoliosis Clinic was created to improve patient care and experience for those with scoliosis. This digitally-enabled telehealth clinic will allow for many improvements over the current scoliosis pathways. Specifically, this new system allows for early and accurate diagnosis, convenient and immediate care, improved access for all regardless of geographic location, decrease in the number of X-rays, decrease in the avoidable scoliosis surgeries, and placing the patient in the center of their scoliosis treatment.
Dr. Micheal Gardner, MD
Co-Founder & CEO
Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery
Stanford University School of Medicine
Dr. Malcolm DeBaun, MD
Duke University School of Medicine
John Vorhies, MD
Pediatric Spine Surgeon
Michael Glotzbecker, MD
Case Western Reserve University
Amer Samdani, MD
Todd Milbrandt, MD
Craig Louer, MD
Amit Jain, MD
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
How it works
A National Scoliosis Clinic-trained primary care clinician will oversee the assessment and treatment of scoliosis in children and adolescents virtually.
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