New book shines light on "The Art of Scoliosis"
WASHINGTON (ABC7) —
An estimated 7 million people in the U.S. have a sideways curve of the spine, better known as scoliosis. Girls are eight times more likely than boys to have the condition, and one local student is making it her mission to bring their stories to life. 17-year-old photographer Sydnee Lubar was diagnosed with scoliosis at age 12, and her new book “SPINES: The Art of Scoliosis” shines an epic light on the condition across 28 patients.
Purchase "SPINES" here. All proceeds will be directed toward scoliosis organizations.