Robert B. Keller MD


Torticollis

Torticollis, also known as “wryneck,” occurs when a problem with the neck muscle makes the head turn to one side, lean to one side, and/or be pulled forward or backward. There are two types, congenital (at birth) and spasmodic. Congenital torticollis occurs at or shortly after birth. The neck muscle (sternocleidomastoid…

Spinal Fusion for Scoliosis

In spinal fusion for scoliosis, rods, hooks, wires, or screws are attached to the curved part of the backbone and the spine is straightened. Small pieces of bone, called grafts, are then put over the spine. Bone for grafts is often taken from the person’s pelvic bone. The grafts will grow together with the spinal bone…

Scoliosis

Scoliosis is an abnormal curve in the spine. The spine curves from side to side in an “S” or “C” shape rather than being straight. The spine also may be twisted.

Artroscopia de rodilla

Sepa cómo se hace una artroscopia de rodilla y qué esperar después de la cirugía.