ScoliCare: World leaders in scoliosis

How to treat scoliosis

Research suggest that early intervention with more active non-surgical treatments can play an important role in treating scoliosis. However there is no one size fits all solution. Find out about our treatments here.

Innovative technology with BraceScan

Bracing has been used as an early intervention treatment for scoliosis for decades. There are many types of scoliosis braces ranging from soft dynamic braces, to rigid over-corrective braces. ScoliCare use 3D Scanning technology to produce completely custom spinal braces. This innovative technology is at your at your fingertips.

How to detect scoliosis

There are a number of ‘warning signs’ to look for to indicate that perhaps you or someone you know has scoliosis. Use our guide here as an initial check. If you notice any one or more of these signs, you should consult a trained Scoliosis Clinician for a full assessment.

Find your nearest clinic

ScoliCare Clinics, affiliates and product providers are in over 200 locations around the world. Find your nearest ScoliCare location here.


The latest updates and news from ScoliCare

6 September 2021

Why ‘wait and see’ is not a treatment option for scoliosis

The ‘wait and see’ approach to scoliosis is not a treatment option or healing strategy. Despite growing evidence and international guidelines (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) to support conservative treatment options for scoliosis, unfortunately some patients are still told to ‘do nothing’ unless the scoliosis progresses to the point of…

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6 September 2021

Interview with Scoliosis Clinician Dr. Juan Du Plessis

Dr. Juan du Plessis is a Scoliosis Clinician in our Sydney ScoliCare clinic. He is also Team Leader and brings a wealth of knowledge, care and experience to the treatment of our patients. Describe the types of scoliosis patients you see in your clinic. I see patients of all ages,…

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26 August 2021

Scoliosis specific exercises: Do they work?

The potential effectiveness of scoliosis specific exercises can at times create much debate. This was particularly evident in the past when scientific evidence in support of such therapy was limited (1). However, thanks to the perseverance of scoliosis specific therapists around the world, we have evolved to have more evidence…

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