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Can Scoliosis Be Treated In Adults?

When people think of scoliosis they think of children and teens with crooked backs. In reality, many adults suffer from scoliosis. The popular medical approach to scoliosis treatment is to “wait and see”—to monitor the curve to see if it’s at risk for progression. By these standards the curves that are treated are those that are deemed … Read more

Severe Scoliosis: Nonsurgical Treatment Options

What is Severe Scoliosis?Severe Scoliosis Treatment BracingSurgeryExercise What is “Severe Scoliosis”? A scoliosis, or curvature in the spine, may be considered severe if it is greater than 40 degrees or if it has reached a size when surgery is typically recommended. For adolescents this is usually a 40-45 degree curve, for adults it is a … Read more

Scoliosis Treatments: A Comprehensive Guide

There are a variety of scoliosis treatments available, and it can be difficult to make sense of them all.  This article provides you with an overview of your options. Scoliosis Treatment Table of Contents Watching and WaitingScoliosis Bracing MethodsScoliosis Surgery MethodsScoliosis Exercise TreatmentsDiet for ScoliosisThe Strauss Method Observation (Watching and Waiting) The most frequent approach … Read more

Scoliosis Surgery: Is It Right For You?

Living with a significant scoliosis can be a real challenge. Each day can bring pain, discomfort and embarrassment with physical appearance.  There is also the fear of your curve progressing. Sometimes people might think that scoliosis surgery is their best (and only) option.  They don’t know that there is an alternative to surgical intervention.  This … Read more

Scoliosis Pain: Understanding Your Treatment Options

If you’ve found this page, chances are you or a loved one are experiencing scoliosis pain. You’ve come to the right place. I have over 30 years of experience treating scoliosis and over the years have helped thousands of patients alleviate their scoliosis pain.  In this article, I’ll explain  What causes scoliosis pain? Scoliosis pain is … Read more

Scoliosis Braces For Adults: Are They Effective?

In the past, scoliosis braces were reserved for immature, adolescent spines. More than 8.3% of all adults over the age of 25 have scoliosis*, for adults over age 60, the rate of scoliosis has been shown to be 68%**. For many adults, scoliosis can cause discomfort ranging from mild stiffness and aching all the way … Read more

Mild Scoliosis: How To Stay Ahead Of The Curve

Are you a parent whose child has mild scoliosis? Have you been told by an orthopedist that it may get worse, but that all you can do is “watch and wait” to see what happens? Or are you an an adult who suffers from mild scoliosis? Do you experience pain but have been instructed by … Read more

CLEAR Intensive Scoliosis Treatment

Who Else Wants To Reduce Scoliosis Without Ineffective And Outdated Braces Or Painful Surgery? The Scoliosis CLEAR treatment system that helped thousands of Scoliosis sufferers reduce their condition and take back control of their lives. Scoliosis is a scary and traumatic condition. You find out that your spine is curving too much and the problems … Read more

Scolibrace: The Most Advanced Scoliosis Brace On The Market

Advanced Brace Designs PLUS Regular Physician Supervision A system of Scoliosis Bracing that really works! I see many cases of children that have been subjected to years of wearing outdated scoliosis braces, AND have had little or no supervision or modification of the brace as their spine has developed.  These children have unfortunately seen their curves continue … Read more

Telehealth – Digital Healthcare

telehealth for scoliosis treatment

What is Telehealth? Telehealth is any health related service that allows you to receive treatment through telecommunications without physically going to your doctor’s office. This includes video chatting with your doctor, sending pictures or diagnostic results online, or using apps to monitor your ongoing care. What is Telemedicine vs Telehealth? Telehealth is different from telemedicine … Read more