In honor of Scoliosis Awareness Month, here’s a story that aired earlier this year on WDAF-TV News in Kansas City. The segment shares Lexie’s story, a 7-year-old girl’s experience with MAGEC®, featuring an interview with Dr. John Anderson of Children’s Mercy Hospital.
From the video:
Lexie’s spine was very curved.
"She complained a certain hip that would hurt the most from leaning on one side," said Amanda Craig, Lexie’s mother.
The scoliosis resulted from a genetic disease, spinal muscular atrophy, that’s left Lexie unable to walk. In September, she had surgery to implant rods.
"It made me straighter," said Lexie.
Check it out here: