Baron S. Lonner, M.D.
Scoliosis and Spine - Practice Philosophy
For over thirty years in New York, we have been treating pediatric and adult patients with scoliosis, kyphosis and other spinal deformities and disorders. We pride ourselves on providing the highest level of care to our patients in a compassionate environment. Our surgeons, physicians and staff are professionals who use the latest technologies, surgical techniques and treatment options. We never lose sight of our first priority to care for our patients. We treat our patients as we would treat our own family.
A Commitment to TechnologyScoliosis & Spine Associates is committed to using the most advanced technology available in the treatment of scoliosis.
New minimally invasive procedure for scoliosis.
What is Scoliosis?
Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS) is a lateral (side) curvature of the spine that can occur in children aged 10 to maturity. The spine may curve to the left or right. Sometimes AIS may start at puberty or during an adolescent growth spurt. At Scoliosis Associates, we are specialists in treating scoliosis, and we can discuss the risks and benefits of different treatment options with you, so that both you and your child are well informed. To learn more about adolescent idiopathic scoliosis,
Dr. Lonner is actively involved with research that offers hope for an earlier diagnosis and treatment of Idiopathic Adolescent Scoliosis. He is working with geneticists and physicians across the country to help find the genetic causes for scoliosis. more
Radiation-Free Scanning - NEW
We are very pleased to announce the addition of a Radiation-Free Scanner to our office. ScoliScan Radiation-Free Scanning is one of the latest technological advancements in diagnosis and determining treatment options for scoliosis. We are one the first offices in the USA to be equipped with such a machine.
From our PatientsIf anybody can tell you about our practice it’s patients who we have treated. Find out more about Scoliosis Associates from one of our current or former patients.
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Richard III's spinal deformity The skeleton discovered by archeologists with the University of Leicester begs the question... "What role might scoliosis have played in history?" Dr. Lonner and researcher Courtney Toombs comment.
More National Recognition - Dr. Lonner identified as one of 50 Spine Surgeons Focusing on development of Scoliosis Treatment in America.