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Q&A with Amy McIntosh, MD of Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children in Dallas

September 9, 2016

Amy McIntosh, MD is an orthopaedic surgeon at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children in Dallas (TSRHC).

Prior to her current stint at TSRHC, Dr. McIntosh was an assistant professor of orthopaedics at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and a 2006-2007 orthopaedic fellow at TSRHC.

The following is a Q&A that TOA recently conducted with Dr. McIntosh.

TOA: One of your fields of expertise is pediatric spine deformity. How did you decide to specialize in this area?

Amy McIntosh:
I sub specialize in pediatric spine deformity and treat scoliosis on a daily basis. I was drawn to scoliosis surgery because of the ability to obtain tremendous correction of the spine curvature and immediately improve the clinical appearance of patients. Also, with new implants (screws and rods), patients return to activities relatively quickly.

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