Scoliosis

9/y/o girl presents with complaint of upper back asymmetry. She denies any pain or noticeable functional limitations. Her father states that he has a history of scoliosis. On a forward bend test, the patient’s left flank and right rib are prominent. The patient walks with a normal gait and has no motor weakness in the lower extremities. Scoliosis-view X-ray is obtained and shows a left coronal Cobb angle of 27° (T9-L3). Prakriti pitta vata & avara agni bala

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Since the Cobb's angle 27° -Back brace is needed to prevent further curving. Orthopaedic consultation needed for suitable Back brace. @Amrit Tanwar
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This case needs proper individualization,according to pathological report calcarea phos homeopathic medicine .
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