The ScoliCare approach
ScoliCare is dedicated to providing non-surgical treatment options to help patients around the world get better outcomes. Our clinics have an evidence-based approach to scoliosis and kyphosis case management, the team actively conducts and supports research into scoliosis and similar spinal conditions, and ScoliCare clinicians are leaders in providing scoliosis education to other health professionals.
What makes our clinics different
ScoliCare clinicians are dedicated to the treatment of scoliosis and kyphosis patients and so have a high level of training and experience in achieving better outcomes for these patients. ScoliCare’s unique approach to ensures each patient is assessed accurately so the most appropriate treatment recommendations are offered, including:
- Proprietary 3D scanning technology
- Unique custom 3D Scoliosis Bracing System
- Individually tailored scoliosis exercise programs
Our world-wide network of clinicians and patients mean that ScoliCare is at the forefront of scoliosis and kyphosis treatment, and as a group sees more scoliosis and kyphosis cases than individual clinics alone. Our brace design team, clinicians, and support staff benefit from this collective experience and shared knowledge.
Scoliosis is a complex condition with many factors that influence chance of progression and recommendations for treatment. We always aim to deliver evidence-based, patient-centered care to help our patients, and patients of other health professionals, get the best treatment outcomes.
It is important to start with accurate assessment of the posture, and then x-rays where a scoliosis is indicated. We also have the latest technology in Scoliosis Ultrasound scanning and 3D analysis.
Our dedicated scoliosis clinicians can provide recommendations for treatment that are tailored to the individual patient. Scoliosis treatment is not a ‘one size fits all’ approach, and our clinics offer Scoliosis Specific Exercise programs, Custom 3D bracing, and co-management services.
Our mission is to educate Health Professionals and students about scoliosis, and foster the development of the healthcare community to provide quality and appropriate care to patients with spinal deformities.