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  • Kyphosis for Teens


    Your spine, or backbone, normally curves forward gently as it runs up your back. Sometimes, though, someone's back can be rounded too far forward, which is a condition known as kyphosis.

  • Kyphosis for Parents


    Everyone's spine is slightly rounded forward at a gentle angle. If this angle is too pronounced, more than 50 degrees or so, it's called kyphosis, also known as roundback or hunchback.

  • Postural Kyphosis for Parents


    Postural kyphosis is rounding or hunching of the back that usually affects teens.

  • Cervical Kyphosis for Parents


    Cervical kyphosis is a curve at the top of the spine (backbone). Usually, the condition isn't serious, but a pinch in the spinal cord can cause nerve damage.

  • Scheuermann's Kyphosis for Parents


    Scheuermann's kyphosis is a condition affecting the upper back that makes it rounded so it looks hunched over.

  • Congenital Kyphosis for Parents


    Kyphosis is a rounding of the back that some children are born with. It makes the back look hunched over.

  • Kyphosis Special Needs Factsheet for Educators


    What teachers should know about this curvature of the spine, and how to help students with kyphosis do their best in school.

  • Bones & Muscles for Parents


    Info on breaks, sprains, tears, and other problems that can affect the bones and muscles.

  • Cerebral Palsy and Related Conditions for Parents


  • Bones, Muscles & Joints for Teens


    This section has information on conditions like scoliosis and injuries like ACL tears and broken bones.