Ascension Seton offers spine care for adults and children with scoliosis or kyphosis. While not all cases of scoliosis or kyphosis are preventable, diagnosis and treatment can greatly improve spine health. Treatment can also mean long-lasting pain relief. Ascension Seton’s physicians and rehabilitation specialists work closely with each person to develop a customized treatment plan.

What Sets Us Apart

Customized Solutions to Spinal Disorders

With an emphasis on conservative care first and minimally invasive surgery when indicated, each person receives a customized treatment plan for their spinal disorder. We encourage our patients to adopt a disease management focus that emphasizes counseling education for more comprehensive support.

Patient-Centered Spine Care

At Ascension Seton, we see you as more than your condition. The best spine care starts with each person’s unique needs, and that includes taking a family-centered approach for every individual. Our multidisciplinary team works closely with our patients, their caregivers and their families to create an inclusive treatment plan that gives you the best possible care.

Advanced Scoliosis Expertise

The expert team at the Seton Spine & Scoliosis Center represents some of the most well-established names in the field of scoliosis treatment, medicine and research. Our fellowship-trained physicians have the professional background and personal knowledge to deliver expert care for even the most complex spinal problems, as well as access to innovative diagnostics and medical care.

Non-Surgical Spine Care Specialists

Our care team includes board-certified physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists Dr. Lee Moroz, Dr. Eric B. Pena and Dr. Kano Mayer who specialize in non-surgical spine care. They are fellowship-trained medical spine interventionalists and focus on the non-surgical treatment of back and neck disorders to help return patients to their normal levels of activity though conservative treatments. Drs. Mayer, Moroz and Pena are all experts in pain relieving spinal injections and other procedures when these types of treatments are indicated.