Result: PS

  • 15-year-old male
  • Initial Cobb angle 41º
  • Risser 3

In ten months this hard working young man reduced his primary Cobb angle from 41º to 22º with Schroth exercise only. We think the difference in his posture is dramatic! Read More

Result: LL

  • 15-year-old male
  • Initial Cobb angles 32º/36º
  • Risser 4

This nearly fully grown 15-year-old Texas boy managed to reduce both his thoracic and lumbar curves by 9º while wearing the Chêneau Gensingen brace (GBW) and incorporating Schroth Best Practice®… Read More

Result: KB

  • 15-year-old female
  • Initial Cobb angles 28º/43º/20º
  • Risser 4

This adolescent patient presented to our office after being diagnosed with a 43º thoracic scoliosis and a 20º lumbar scoliosis. At that time she was a Risser 4, nearly fully… Read More

Result: DW

  • 13-year-old female
  • Initial Cobb angles 36º/23º
  • Risser 0

After being diagnosed with scoliosis, this Mississippi girl had an updated x-ray taken just two weeks later which showed she had progressed more than 11° in that time. Two weeks… Read More

Result: AM

  • 11-year-old female
  • Initial Cobb angles 39º/28º
  • Risser 2

This girl from Washington state came to Scoliosis 3DC just a month after her scoliosis diagnosis. She was fit for a Cheneau-Gensingen brace and obtained an excellent in-brace correction. While… Read More

Result: AG

  • 10-year-old female
  • Initial Cobb angles 35º/28º
  • Risser 0

This Louisiana patient came to see us after progressing while “watching and waiting” and wearing a Boston Brace as her first scoliosis brace. She was only ten when she came… Read More

What Scoliosis 3DC Patients Are Saying

True Reduction in Her Curves

“Needless to say, [the surgeon] was very pleasantly surprised to see a true reduction in her curves. When I thanked him for being supportive even though we went against his [watch & wait] advice he responded, ‘You can’t argue with those results.’” Read More

Better Late Than Never!

“I highly recommend this office to anyone with scoliosis, and especially to parents of children who have just been diagnosed. I wish that I had started this program years ago, but better late than never!” Read More