ScoliCare Opens its First Clinic in the US

It’s an exciting time at ScoliCare as we have just opened our first clinic in the United States. Based in Naples, Florida, Dr. T. Bryant D.C., Head Clinician, and his team held a grand opening event on Thursday, November 17 to celebrate the transition from being a ScoliBrace® Provider to a fully-fledged ScoliCare clinic.

“Our continued growth and expansion into the US demonstrates the increasing demand for non-surgical scoliosis and hyperkyphosis treatment and rehabilitation options around the world,” explains Dr. Jeb McAviney, CEO of ScoliCare. The prevalence of idiopathic scoliosis in young people is reported to be up to 5% [1-5] while scoliosis in adults has been reported to be as high as 68% [6, 7]. It’s vital that everyone with scoliosis or hyperkyphosis receives the right treatment at the right time for the best outcomes.”

“Despite Hurricane Ian, we are still opening on schedule thanks to our great local tradespeople in Naples and surrounds. We’re really excited and proud to be the first ScoliCare clinic in the US,” said Dr. T,  “We have had a long-term relationship with ScoliCare and have now transitioned from being a ScoliBrace Provider to adopting ScoliCare’s full clinical approach. This includes offering ScoliBalance®, ScoliCare’s physiotherapeutic scoliosis specific exercise program.”

ScoliCare now has five clinics in Australia and one in the US. We have plans to open more franchise clinics in the US soon.

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