Published on 22 April 2021
The service provides care for people who have acquired a spinal deformity in childhood or adolescence. Care is provided at both the Royal Infirmary and the Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh.
What is the Scottish National Spine Deformity Service?
Patients referred to the service will undergo an initial assessment and investigation. Following this, a decision will be made about whether a patient is suitable for orthotics (bracing) or surgery.
Reducing spinal curvature and enhancing quality of life are the aims of the treatment.
Find further information on the Scottish National Spine Deformity Service website.
Dr Mary Rose, Consultant Paediatric Anaesthetist
Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh
1 Little France Crescent
Royal Hospital for Sick Children
9 Sciennes Road
Senior Programme Manager, Louise Wilson – firstname.lastname@example.org – 0131 2756632
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