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

Here’s another California girl who experienced scoliosis progression in a SpineCor brace. Before coming to Scoliosis 3DC for treatment she wore the SpineCor brace. Unfortunately, her in-brace x-ray in the SpineCor showed absolutely no correction or spinal improvement of scoliosis.

After being recommended to Scoliosis 3DC by another patient’s mom, T was already a Risser 3 when she and her mom decided it was time to make the switch to a Chêneau-Gensingen TLSO. Her scoliosis bracing experience at Scoliosis 3DC was much different than with the SpineCor. With the Gensingen brace, she experienced excellent in-brace corrections! After recognizing the value of the scoliosis options we offer here at Scoliosis 3DC, mom and daughter decided they should return to Boston for scoliosis treatment a few months later so T. could participate in our Schroth Best Practice® program.

Today, T’s skeletal maturity is estimated to be a Risser 4. According to her most recent scoliosis x-ray, her out-of-brace Cobb angles now measure 22º and 23º – a 9º and 11º scoliosis correction!

What Scoliosis 3DC Patients Are Saying

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

I Am Eternally Grateful

“I know my daughter is receiving the very best care for her condition and that she will be able to manage it into the future with the courage and confidence she has gained through the process she has undertaken with Scoliosis 3DC.” Read More

“Traveled from Columbus, OH to see him!”

Dr. Marc is incredible!! Back in 2015 I was experiencing horrible, chronic pain. He is in Massachusetts, but I traveled from Columbus, OH to see him! I had surgery for my scoliosis and he was very cautious with my hardware, but did everything he could to help me! I wear my back brace every night… Read More