This teen had a 70 degree curve in her spine and can now do the splits

[post_page_title]Worrying about it at 12[/post_page_title]
At the age of 12 Lily was just about to head into her teenage years, some of the most emotionally difficult years for anyone.

Children in their teens grow at different rates and can often stand out from their friends if they are much taller, or smaller. Lily noticed her spine was different from a young age, and as she grew she realized that no one else seems to be having the same problem as her. Scoliosis affects around three percent of people with varying levels of spine curving.

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