Spine 3D

Back pain in children

It is not always easy to understand the signals children send us. Back pain should always alarm a parent, but sometimes the child may not show signs of pain, and sometimes the parent may dismiss it as a tantrum. In the long run, back pain can have several unpleasant effects, such as sleep (and behavior) problems and difficulty finding concentration …

Continue Reading

Scoliosis: what it is and how to deal with it

Scoliosis is one of the main concerns of parents of adolescents during puberty and often too little is done to take the necessary precautions, also due to the need (no longer a need) for constant X-ray checks. In a recent study on adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, it was found that constant non-invasive monitoring and adequate physiotherapy can solve some problems quite …

Continue Reading