As our children grow up, we constantly worry about their health and development. When kids near their teenage years, though, their bodies start to take on many new shapes and functions. With that growth comes the possibility for new health complications or physical conditions to pop up.

One such condition, called scoliosis, can cause problems for the rest of a child’s life if not detected early enough. So what should parents know about scoliosis in kids so that they can detect it early and get medical interventions?

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