When your child is diagnosed with scoliosis, a sense of confusion may set in as you start to research scoliosis treatment alternatives. How should you proceed? Who should you listen to? Is doing nothing really the best strategy? Is a scoliosis brace necessary, and if so, when? Which scoliosis specialist should we see? Or Which… Read More

What is the best back brace for scoliosis? Scoliosis is a very common spinal condition, affecting millions of people worldwide. Though it affects people of all ages, scoliosis is typically first diagnosed and treated in childhood/adolescence. While many cases of mild scoliosis do not get worse, some patients may go on to require treatment –… Read More

Scoliosis resolved! This is a direct quote from a radiology report from a local hospital regarding one of our patients with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS). We are thrilled with this incredible result and to read this radiology report for a very hard-working thirteen-year-old. She has achieved a result spinal surgeons consider “impossible,” as in, “It’s “impossible to… Read More

If you’ve been on our website, you know that we offer intensive Schroth Best Practice® programs for children and adults with scoliosis. Our Schroth Best Practice® program consists of 5 parts – Schroth/Power Schroth exercises, 3D Made Easy®, physio-logic® exercises, mobilizations, and ADL training for scoliosis. You may be wondering what ADL training for scoliosis is, and why we… Read More

Scoliosis surgeons have claimed for years, and most still do, that it is impossible to correct scoliosis without surgery. We are happy to report another one of our young patients is proving the doctors wrong again – this time in a very big way! D. came to Scoliosis 3DC in September 2014, six months after being diagnosed with… Read More

Our primary focus, for both adolescents with scoliosis as well as adults is to reduce the likelihood of scoliosis progression. We manage scoliosis management via Schroth Therapy. Our primary focus for our patients, both adults is halted progression, for adolescents (AIS) we strive for curve reduction when possible. Fortunately, we have had incredible results with our patients… Read More

The old adage, “A picture is worth 1000 words,” applies to today’s post which asks the question, Can a Heel Lift Help Scoliosis? When there is a true leg length discrepancy, a heel lift for scoliosis is often used. The x-ray comparison shown is of the same girl’s spine taken only seven weeks apart. The… Read More

What Scoliosis 3DC Patients Are Saying

Full Dedication

“When Dr. Moramarco worked with Y he showed nothing but full dedication. He was demanding but fun. Dr. Moramarco is a true perfectionist and he does not cut a slack to his patients nor to himself.” Read More

A True Gift

“Your dedication and commitment to each of your clients is unique only to you and your staff. My wish is for all with scoliosis to know about your program and in turn giving them a much needed alternative to surgery.”” Read More