Posts tagged "Dr. Peter Sturm"

Scoliosis Awareness Month: That's a Wrap, Cast Style!

Scoliosis Awareness Month: That's a Wrap, Cast Style!
It is hard for me to believe Scoliosis Awareness Month is coming to an end.  During the month of June we have shared 27 posts related to Scoliosis.  When you haved lived scoliosis every month for the past 3 years it is hard to condense all you hope others will learn to just one month. ... Read more »

Diagnosis Wait and Watch: Meet Brayden, He's not waiting anymore!

Diagnosis Wait and Watch: Meet Brayden, He's not waiting anymore!
Brayden’s Story We were so excited when we found out we were pregnant with our first child! On Tuesday, October 5th, 2010, Brayden Richard was born via c-section at 11:33 am. He came out screaming and hasn’t stopped talking since.  After his 2nd appointment with the pediatrician we were off to the local children’s... Read more »

A twist of fate; two families, one small town:Meet Miss Adelyn!

A twist of fate; two families, one small town:Meet Miss Adelyn!
Our beautiful, strong, amazing daughter, Adelyn was born on September 2, 2009.  I had been told since the age of 16 that I would be unable to have children, so to say we were excited was an understatement.  When Adelyn was almost six months old, she bent over to pick up a toy after her... Read more »
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Meet our newest Super Hero: River!

Meet our newest Super Hero: River!
River’s Story… I had noticed the rib hump somewhat early. I just assumed maybe it was the way he was laying when I changed him, or held him when I burped him, so I didn’t think much else of it. When River was around 7 months old, he started sitting up on his own. We... Read more »

Meet Miss Makenna

Meet Miss Makenna
Makenna’s Story Makenna has a very rare genetic condition in which one of the complications is progressive scoliosis. The occurance rate of progressive scoliosis in infants in toddlers is very small. For this reason, there aren’t a lot of doctors who are well versed in the latest and best treatment available.  I first noticed Makenna’s curve... Read more »

Hector's Story!

Hector's Story!
Hector’s Journey Hector Sebastian has always kept us on our toes. As an infant, he dealt with several bouts of bronchiolitis, very bad gastrointestinal reflux (GERD), ear infections, and Reactive Airway Disease (RAD). Through all, our boy never fussed more than any other baby. By the end September 2010, we thought we had a handle on... Read more »
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Kaitlyn's Story

Kaitlyn's Story
Kaitlyn Gynae was born on June 26th 2009 by C-section, she weighed 8lbs & 9 ounces, she was beautiful. My pregnancy had went very well, with no complications throughout the nine months. I had every reason to believe that she would be born into this world 100% healthy. But to our surprise,  she was born... Read more »

Gabe's Story

Gabe's Story
When Gabe was learning to crawl at around six months old, I noticed his spine wasn’t straight. I knew what scoliosis was, but I hadn’t heard of Infantile Scoliosis. Just over a year later, his pediatrician decided it was time for an X-Ray, and at the time of diagnosis his primary curve measured at 20... Read more »

Addyson's Scoliosis Story

Addyson's Scoliosis Story
My husband and I struggled for over 2 years to conceive a baby and we finally attempted fertility treatments. One year after seeking treatment I was finally pregnant, the moment I had waited for my whole life. On May 20, 2010 at 9:11 a.m. I gave birth to a beautiful baby girl, Addyson Renee. When Addyson... Read more »
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