Recently, study results were released from Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children regarding the Boston Brace for scoliosis and its efficacy. Adolescent curves of 25º to 45º at the time the study began were followed over the course of a year. Patients wore braces equipped with heat sensors to measure hours of wear. The results:… Read More

May was a hectic month with many patients in from Florida, Toronto, Montreal, New York, Connecticut and other places from near and far to learn Schroth. I was initially scheduled to be back in Germany this week, but decided against going after the last trip and the uncertainty created by the volcano with my first… Read More

Schroth Scoliosis Outpatient Treatment in the USA On Saturday April 17, 2010, I had the pleasure of presenting my early experiences with Schroth scoliosis outpatient treatment in the US to over one-hundred German professionals interest in the non-surgical treatment of scoliosis.  The conference was hosted by Dr. Hans-Rudolf Weiss in Gensingen, Germany. His mother Christa Lehnert-Schroth… Read More

In a recent NSF forum, someone queried what a scoliosis patient might do to breathe easier. The Schroth Method breathing exercises for scoliosis can help patients improve respiratory function. In my clinical experience, patients with thoracic curves, whether adolescent or adult, have experienced improved pulmonary function after incorporating Schroth scoliosis exercises into daily life. Last… Read More

What Scoliosis 3DC Patients Are Saying

Brought Back Hope

“We cannot thank Dr. Moramarco enough for everything he has done for our daughter. In that time, when most orthopedic doctors chose not to believe in Schroth technique, you, Dr. Marc, actually dedicated your life to help scoliosis patients, to improve their health, quality of mind, and life.” Read More