Halloween costume awards

Something special caught my eye this week.  It was a photo of a boy, who suffers from spina biffida, who is bound to a wheelchair.  But, this boy’s spirit is not confined at all!  And, it appears that his parents are enjoying his childhood right along with him, creating a wonderful Halloween costume for himContinue reading “Halloween costume awards”

My view on the ScoliScore test

Lately, the Scoliosis (and the financial) worlds have been abuzz with news about The ScoliScore AIS Prognostic Test, which is, according to the website http://www.scoliscore.com, “the first clinically validated and highly accurate prognostic test for AIS curve progression.”  This is pretty amazing news – it can literally change the path that children and their familiesContinue reading “My view on the ScoliScore test”

Early Detection (And Early Action!) is Key

As my daughter turns 11 today, I am reminded of how far we have come in our Scoliosis Family Adventure thus far…and I can’t help but think wistfully of where we could be had I known certain things now that I didn’t know then.  I know that we can’t beat ourselves up in life forContinue reading “Early Detection (And Early Action!) is Key”