Scoliosis Education

Upper thoracic scoliosis- treated with D-modifier

15.01.2014 · 16:56:03

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The correction of scoliosis with a so-called “upper thoracic curvature” is one of the greatest challenges of conservative scoliosis therapy. Upper thoracic curvatures ordinarily develop as compensation of a primary curvature which lies in the mid-chest area.

The new D-modifier component has proved to be a useful supplement for trunk orthoses for correction of an upper thoracic scoliosis

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Treatment of degenerative scoliosis and diseases of the spine

6.11.2013 · 10:08:17

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The treatment of patients with degenerative spinal diseases and adult scoliosis patients with chronic back pain proves to be extremely difficult in practice. Since the accompanying – or in many cases, obligatory – orthotic fitting proves to be complicated and compliance is poor, an operation to stiffen the spine is generally targeted.

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bBag - scolisis brace bag

28.06.2013 · 13:27:07

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Where to put the brace for traveling?

Scoliosis patients use useful equipment for their brace like the bBag.

The robust brace bBag is part of any brace treatment you get from Ortholutions .

The trendy brace bag for your brace or indeed any other items you like to have with you.
The small bBag is also popular as a trendy bag for everyday use. You can get it in two sizes.

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The Risser Sign

28.06.2013 · 10:25:01

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The Risser sign is a simple diagnostic tool to determine the skeletal maturity and / or bone maturity. It was developed by J.C. Risser from the USA in the course of his specialised treatment of patients with idiopathic scoliosis.
Today, it is used for therapy planning in every institution dealing with the treatment of idiopathic scoliosis.

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