I can tell you, from someone working in a school, they always welcome help. In our school we have one school nurse who has to see about 900 children in grades PK to 5th grade. They are so overworked!! They also have to screen every student each year for hearing and vision, review all immunizations, not counting the day to day problems and children coming to school sick with fever, throwing up, and some parents using the school nurse in place of taking their child to the doctor for ringworm, lice, etc. Our schools have high school students that are training in the health profession that come over to help for half a day about 4 days a week. Maybe you can check out some of the scoliosis clinics or doctors about doing some school screenings. I know during the flu season we have help come in from the county health department to give flu shots, maybe they could also come in to do scoli screenings?
April 8 & 12, 2004 - Anterior/Posterior surgery 15 hours & 7 hours
Thorasic - 79 degree down to 22
Lumbar - 44 degree down to 18
Fused T2 to sacrum
June 2, 2005 - Pedicle subtraction osteotomy @L3 7 hours
MAY 21, 2007 - Pedicle subtraction osteotomy @ L2, extended the fusion to S2 and added pelvic instrumentation 9 hours
FUSED T2 - SACRUM 2