HOUSTON — Scoliosis is a condition of the spine that doesn't necessarily cause any pain. In fact, the symptoms can be hard to detect.  So what are the warning signs, and when should you go to the doctor?  

Orthopedic Surgeon at UT Physicians Dr. Timothy Borden sat down with Deborah Duncan to discuss.

If you or your child need to be screened for scoliosis, give UT Physicians a call at 713-486-7500, or visit them online at utphysicians.com.

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