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I have scoliosis and did a surgery years ago but im not satisfied with the results and not what i expected... My doctor only put a rod on my spine without straightening or fixing my spine... Is there a chance i can do another doctor could do my surgery again and fix it.. Will it harm me ? Will my spine be straight ? And how might a doctor deal with my case ? - Asked by r m on 27-Apr-2015 04:41:31

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    Answered by Dr. Ramya Smitha on 27-Apr-2015 09:25:15

    You can try meeting another orthopedician for a second opinion, we cannot exactly comment on the surgical options without physically examining the nature and condition of your spine. So, better to to another orthopedic surgeon with all your previous reports who would suggest you further.
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