• 10.75-year-old female
  • Initial Cobb angle 27°
  • Risser 0

This patient came from Bermuda to visit Boston Children’s Hospital. The doctor she saw there recommended bracing. Her mom had also booked an appointment with us while she was in the area. Fortunately, we were able to deliver bracing turnaround within a day, so mom decided to go that route rather than make another trip to BCH at a later date to receive a brace. This patient’s Cobb angle reduction is technically not considered a reduction as it’s 5° (the margin of error of measurement). Nonetheless, we wanted to share her result as scoliosis can worsen during periods of growth and this patient has been able to remain stable over the last 2+ years. No progression is still a great result! Moreover, her spine is now closer to midline and much better balanced (as shown by the red plumb lines).

What Scoliosis 3DC Patients Are Saying

So Far So Good

“The brace is working out great and I wear for most of the day! So far so good and it seems to fit pretty well.” Read More

An Amazing Journey

“Julia felt in control, as if she could take responsibility from now on. She learned the exercises precisely and did them regularly. Dr. Moramarco did care about her, giving 120% (maybe 150%) effort during the entire treatment.” Read More

Better Brace

From a mother of our scoliosis patient who is wearing the Cheneau-Gensingen® brace: “She is tolerating the brace she got in Boston much better than she ever tolerated the Boston brace. :-)” Read More