Noah Wessling

First post: Jun 10, 2019 Latest post: Jun 24, 2019
Noah has a disease known as Scheuermann's Kyphosis. This  arises from disturbances in the normal growth and development of the spinal column during adolescent growth spurts,  which causes an abnormal wedging of the vertebrae, irregularities of the growth plates and discs between the vertebrae. The condition is painful. In Noah's case he has greater than 90 degree curvature, which the physician said could cause issues with his heart and lungs if left untreated. Noah is scheduled for surgery Tuesday June 11th at Methodist West Hospital. He will  Have hardware placed along both sides of his spinal column to correct the deformity. Surgery is expected to take approximately 5 hours. He will be inpatient 4-5 days after that. I will do my best to post updates along with when he feels he can  receive visitors. Feel free to message us through this site. Thank you!