Result: CH2

  • 10-year-old female
  • Initial Cobb angle 26º
  • Risser 0

After originally following the traditional route with her oldest child (CH1) and watching her progress to 50º, this patient’s mom wasn’t taking any chances when her second daughter (CH2) was… Read More

Result: EG

  • 47-year-old female
  • Initial Cobb angles 44º/55º
  • Risser 5

Treating scoliosis in adulthood can present a variety of challenges. We discourage adults from expecting to improve scoliosis. That said, our patient EG is an adult diagnosed with scoliosis in… Read More

Result: EK2

  • 11-year-old female
  • Initial Cobb angles 16º/26°
  • Risser 0

This young patient’s spine responded almost immediately to her Schroth exercise program and Chêneau-Gensingen brace. Within six months her thoracolumbar Cobb angle had reduced to 13º and her thoracic spine… 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

Result: AL

  • 13-year-old male
  • Initial Cobb angles 12º/11º
  • Risser 0

Here’s a case of very mild scoliosis that would certainly be advised to ‘watch and wait’ anywhere else. However, this boy’s mom has severe scoliosis and she wanted to do… Read More

What Scoliosis 3DC Patients Are Saying

Continual improvement of scoliosis

We just got back from a follow-up visit with her orthopedist at our local Children’s Hospital. When the orthopedist came in to share the x-ray results with us, both him and his physician’s assistant were wide-eyed and shaking their heads because our daughter’s continual improvement is astounding to them! The orthopedist told us that if he… Read More

Returning with HOPE

“We are returning to Texas with the best brace available and techniques to strengthen her back and lungs, but most of all we are returning with HOPE. I highly recommend Scoliosis3DC.” Read More