Adult scoliosis patients may only need to wear the ScoliBrace part-time each day to get results. These may include:
Slow or stop progression of curves
Reduce pain and improve balance
Improve posture and body appearance
Enhance quality of life
A ScoliBrace is an over-corrective brace. It works by guiding they body and spine into a posture that is the opposite of how the scoliosis is shaped.
Curve Reduction may be achieved, while improving the overall appearance of the body
ScoliBrace opens and closes at the front making it easy to wear and remove without assistance
There is a variety of colors and patterns available for patients to personalise the look of their brace.
Scoliosis is a 3 Dimensional condition, so effective treatments need to be 3 dimensional too.
BraceScan combines 3D full-body laser scanning technology, x-rays and posture photographs.
Each brace is custom designed for the individual with Computer Aided design (CAD) and then created with Computer Aided Manufacture (CAM).
The ScoliRoll can be used as both a diagnostic tool and an aid for the treatment of scoliosis. Developed by Denneroll Industries and Scolicare, the ScoliRoll can be incorporated into therapeutic exercise programs, such as rigid or dynamic bracing.
The patented Denneroll peak can de-rotate and straighten scoliosis by creating a specific bending point, allowing muscles and ligaments to stretch. It is also an effective tool for use in spinal stabilization exercises when scoliosis is in a straightened position.
As a diagnostic tool, the ScoliRoll can be used to assess the amount of flexibility in a scoliosis curve, giving clinicians an indication of how much curve correction is possible through rehabilitation or bracing. The Lumbar Scoliroll is designed to treat lumbar and some thoraco-lumbar scoliosis curves.
The Scientific Exercise Approach to Scoliosis (acronym SEAS) is as individually tailored as it is evidence-based. It follows the Lyon method - although it got its start much later, in the 1960s - when Antonio Negrini and Nevia Verzini founded a center in Vigevano, Italy. In 2002, the center's name was changed to the Italian Scoliosis Spinal Institute.
The SEAS method focuses on the active 3D self-correction of scoliosis by means of patient education (first) and then developing the patient's awareness of their deformity. The idea is that with awareness both of the deformity and the way to correct it, the patient is empowered to consciously make adjustments to the curve. These adjustments are done in every plane-sagittal (side to side), frontal (front and back), and transverse (upper and lower body).
Exercises are then given to help stabilize the spine and maintain the newly achieved corrected posture. SEAS practitioners are careful to prescribe exercises backed by the most updated medical evidence.
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