The following x-rays demonstrate the hard work of Scoliosis 3DC patients, many who sought prior treatment at prestigious medical institutions in the US or internationally (including Canada, Europe, Asia). All x-rays on our site are from independent facilities and, unless otherwise noted, taken 24 hours out-of-brace (not immediately after exercise or brace wear) for the most accurate assessment of the spine. Some results shown are short-term while others are of patients who have completed treatment.

While it is our sincerest hope that every patient achieves their maximum achievable correction, children and adolescents have the best opportunity for Cobb angle improvement. Adults do greatly benefit from our Schroth instruction and/or part-time scoliosis bracing; however, adult spines are less flexible so curve reduction is less likely. With that said, we do include a documented case of adult Cobb angle reduction.

Numerous factors influence outcomes when treating scoliosis, including age, Risser sign, curve severity, spinal flexibility/rigidity, type of scoliosis, and compliance. Whether a child, adolescent or adult, results are not guaranteed.

Result: EB

  • 14.75 year-old female
  • Initial Cobb angle(s) 17º/34º
  • Risser 3

Cobb angles reduced to 19° thoracic and 21° lumbar after 8 months of Schroth exercises.   Prior to becoming our patient, this female adolescent wore a Boston brace prescribed by… Read More

Result: ZK

  • 14-year-old male
  • Initial Cobb angles 32°/19º
  • Risser 4

After their son’s scoliosis diagnosis, Z’s parents conferred with Dr. Marc by phone. They traveled from Virginia to Boston for a Schroth program and Cheneau-Gensingen brace less than a month… Read More

Result: EK1

  • 13-year-old female
  • Initial Cobb angle 24º
  • Risser 3

This thirteen-year-old Virginia girl presented with an initial Cobb angle of 24º. Her parents opted to have her fit in our corrective scoliosis brace after her older brother achieved good… Read More

Result: TW

  • 13-year-old female
  • Initial Cobb angles 31º/34º
  • Risser 3

Here’s another California girl who experienced progression in a SpineCor brace. In fact, while wearing the SpineCor her in-brace x-ray showed absolutely no correction/change in scoliosis. TW was already a… Read More

Result: SJ

  • 12-year-old female
  • Initial Cobb angles 53º/71º
  • Risser 4

A school nurse first detected scoliosis in this NY patient. Her family then consulted with doctors who made the official diagnosis of 53° and 71° scoliosis curves. The doctors recommended… Read More

Result: RU

  • 12-year-old female
  • Initial Cobb angles 25º/12º
  • Risser 1

This patient came from Washington state to be fit in a Gensingen Brace. It was decided to use a Gensingen Nighttime brace and closely monitor her progress. Nighttime bracing is… Read More

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: OM

  • 13-year-old male
  • Initial Cobb angle 28º
  • Risser 0

This boy and his family initially followed the “watch and wait” cycle of advice until his scoliosis progressed 10 degrees – at which point the doctor recommended “immediate bracing.” The… Read More

Result: NN

  • 8-year-old female
  • Initial Cobb angles 21º/26º
  • Risser 0

This is a case of juvenile scoliosis in a little girl with an extensive family history of scoliosis. Her mom and aunt (twins) both had scoliosis surgery and her two… 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

What Scoliosis 3DC Patients Are Saying

Intuitive, Healing Touch

“He really has that special intuitive, healing touch. He’s tuned in and observant in a deep way. I feel that we’re very lucky – I really can’t say enough good things about him! I’m so glad that Emily is in such good hands!” Read More

So HAPPY

“So HAPPY & relieved with the result. [My daughter] is out of the woods, no surgery needed!” Read More