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Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Rudolph Taddonio explains how common scoliosis is among older adults and what symptoms to watch for. He also addresses "text neck" -- an issue plaguing children and teenagers that could lead to serious neck and spinal damage and misaligned growth.
Plus, find out why this type of bad posture can exacerbate preexisting or developing scoliosis.
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