What to wear with scoliosis? Check out our guide about what to wear with scoliosis in order to help hide a scoliosis brace or the curves of scoliosis! Also, on Pinterest: Dressing for scoliosis and brace. Shirts to wear under the scoliosis brace: It is best to wear a tight-fitting, seamless shirt or tank underneath the brace. This… Read More

When a patient has scoliosis, pregnancy can be joyful time, but also be a time of concern. In fact, several young adults we’ve seen lately and parents of adolescents have recently expressed concerns about their daughters’ futures regarding scoliosis and pregnancy. Whether you’ve had scoliosis surgery or not, if you’ve ever wondered about the effects… Read More

Updated: March 11, 2019. Idiopathic scoliosis can appear without warning. Knowing the signs of scoliosis may help you detect an emerging curve so you can take action. Scoliosis is most often diagnosed during adolescence but if you have concerns, for example, due to family history, you may want to begin checking your children prior to… Read More

Scoliosis and x-rays go hand and hand but parents, and even some kids, have concerns about x-ray frequency to monitor spinal changes during growth. We understand the concerns about scoliosis and x-rays and figured it is about time to address them. X-ray evaluation is a necessary part of monitoring scoliosis. X-rays allow physicians to measure Cobb… Read More

We live conservative treatment of scoliosis almost 24/7. As a result, I see parallels to living life with scoliosis everywhere. Recently, I picked up the January issue of Real Simple, dedicated to helping create a balanced life. Who doesn’t need more balance? As I read “An Even Keel,” one of those scoliosis parallels occurred to me. The… Read More

What Scoliosis 3DC Patients Are Saying

Excited!

I am excited about what I’m learning and the possibilities of reclaiming parts of my life that I thought were gone because of the scoliosis.  Thank you so much. Read More

State of the Art

“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