October 17, 2014
Dr. Hans-Rudolf Weiss & Dr. Marc Moramarco

Dr. Marc has a big week coming up! On Saturday, he heads to Germany where he will spend a few days in Gensingen with Dr. Hans-Rudolf Weiss discussing the newest updates and developments of the Chêneau-Gensingen brace and Schroth Best Practice®. The two will confer with patients being fit for Chêneau braces and meet with German orthotists.

Dr. Marc will also have the pleasure of visiting with Dr. Weiss’s mother, Christa Lehnert-Schroth, PT, in scenic Bad Sobernheim — always a highlight of his German trips. One topic of conversation is sure to be their upcoming book collaboration: Schroth Therapy: Advancements in Conservative Scoliosis Treatment. The three have spent the past several months updating and expanding this newest text on the Schroth Method. This English publication has been updated extensively with regard to Schroth history as well as the newest in scoliosis-specific exercise and Chêneau bracing.

On Wednesday, Dr. Moramarco and Dr. Weiss will travel to St. Petersburg, Russia for the XIX Russian National Congress of  “People and Health,” Orthopedics, rehabilitation, and prosthetics. Each will deliver a keynote address. Dr. Marc will speak on the Conservative Treatment of Scoliosis – Current Evidence and Management and Dr. Weiss will speak on CAD/CAM – the Key to Standardization in the Brace Treatment of Patients with Scoliosis. The Russian National Congress is a professional organization which coordinates and administrates numerous medical congresses annually including medical forums, conferences, and seminars for physicians.

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