Several young adult patients and parents of adolescents we treat have recently expressed their concerns about scoliosis and pregnancy. Whether you’ve had scoliosis surgery or not, if you’ve ever wondered about the effects of pregnancy on the scoliotic body, you are not alone. Scoliosis and pregnancy is a topic we’ve rarely covered in print so… Read More

A new retrospective study from France offers encouraging news for adults with scoliosis. This important article highlights a conservative treatment option that is rarely considered/used in the US – adult scoliosis bracing. The study tested the effectiveness of underarm bracing for adults in slowing curve progression non-surgically. Underarm bracing is an outdated term used to differentiate TLSO… Read More

E.G. is a 47-year-old female with a scoliosis diagnosed in adolescence. She was x-rayed on June 8, 2012 at 9:21 AM. E. decided she wanted to find a way to manage scoliosis proactively. She found our website and called. E.’s initial evaluation was in August, 2012. She began Schroth Method instruction last September coming sporadically throughout the… Read More

What Scoliosis 3DC Patients Are Saying

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“I think the work you do is state of the art, and I like the professional but very comfortable way you share information and knowledge. The passion you have for your work is unmatched.” Read More