San Francisco Spine Surgeons

Kyphosis Treatment in San Francisco

For those with Kyphosis, there is good news.

Kyphosis Treatment in San Francisco

A range of treatments are available for kyphosis. Treatment for kyphosis includes both nonsurgical and surgical options. 

San Francisco Spine Surgeons is one of the most advanced treatment centers for kyphosis is in San Francisco.

Dr. Dimitriy Kondrashov leads the treatment team for people looking for help with kyphosis.

Take the Next Step in Getting Help for Kyphosis

The best next step is to get a perspective on the options available for your or a loved one’s unique case of kyphosis.

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Dr. Kondrashov, San Francisco Scoliosis Specialist

Dr. Kondrashov, San Francisco Scoliosis Specialist

Quotes About Dr. Kondrashov, San Francisco Scoliosis Specialist

“Of all the spine specialists I’ve been to in the past forty years, Dr. Kondrashov provided me a thorough intake documenting as much as I could recall…Thank you Dr. Kondrashov, you’ve given me hope where others have failed.”

“Dr. Kondrashov was the most patient, kind, thorough, dedicated and honest surgeon that anyone in terrible debilitating pain could ask for.”

“…an excellent diagnostician, surgeon, and has a very kind and invested clinical manner. He is also not aggressive about doing surgery if not needed. In short, he is an orthopedist who has integrity, is approachable, and knows his stuff. Highly recommended.”

What is Kyphosis

Kyphosis is a condition characterized by an abnormal forward rounding of the upper back, leading to a hunched or rounded posture. This curvature can range from mild to severe and may cause stiffness, pain, or even breathing difficulties in severe cases. Kyphosis can be caused by various factors, including poor posture, degenerative diseases like osteoporosis, or developmental issues in adolescence. Treatment options depend on the underlying cause and severity, ranging from physical therapy and exercises to bracing or surgery in extreme cases.

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