Result: KE

  • 14.5 year-old male
  • Initial Cobb angle(s) 46°/23°
  • Risser 4

While severe scoliosis in boys is less common than in girls, KE’s case is an example of progressive scoliosis in a male patient. KE was first diagnosed with scoliosis when… Read More

Result: KR

  • 13.9 year-old female
  • Initial Cobb angle(s): 50°/50°
  • Risser 0

When this adolescent Toronto patient was diagnosed with a severe double scoliosis, she was told by her surgeon that she would need scoliosis surgery in 6 months. Not satisfied with… Read More

Result: MN

  • 9-year-old female
  • Initial Cobb angles 46º/28º
  • Risser 0

Despite chronic lung issues from an early age that are complicated by juvenile scoliosis, this young patient keeps up amazingly well with other kids her age. According to one doctor’s… Read More

Result: JB1

  • 12-year-old female
  • Initial Cobb angles 45º/26º
  • Risser 1

This patient, an avid dancer, was initially diagnosed with scoliosis at 8 years old. When she first came to see us, she was twelve years-old and her Cobb angles measured… Read More

Result: TE

  • 13-year-old female
  • Initial Cobb angles 50º/30º
  • Risser 3

NY Surgeons recommended immediate spinal fusion surgery for this thirteen-year-old CT girl with Cobb angles of 50º and 30º. Instead, her parents brought her to Scoliosis 3DC. Dr. Marc fit… Read More

Result: CH1

  • 14.5-year-old female
  • Initial Cobb angles 50º/37º
  • Risser 5

This patient with severe scoliosis came to us after a recommendation for surgery. Hers is a wonderful result, especially considering that she was 4 years past menses and at Risser… Read More

Result: TLT

  • 13-year-old female
  • Initial Cobb angles 41º/47°
  • Risser 0

This young girl’s AIS diagnosis came very suddenly. Within days she consulted with both an orthopedic surgeon who recommended surgery and with Dr. Marc who recommended a Chêneau-Gensingen brace and… Read More

What Scoliosis 3DC Patients Are Saying

There is Progress Already!

“Thank you for what you do everyday and for always having a smile on your face. G feels comfortable there which gives me happiness.” Read More

Brace Was a Success

“M’s first day back to school with her brace was a success! She had it on 19 hours! She’s wearing it from bed time until she gets home from school which will be about 19 hours a day. M(sister) is wearing hers from 6pm until 7am to get in her 13 hours. So far so… Read More