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ScoliBrace at Powell Chiropractic Clinic, Inc.

The most common medical management strategy for scoliosis is the utilization of a brace called the Boston Brace. The Boston Brace was developed in the early 1970s by Dr. John Hall and Mr. William Miller of Boston Children’s Hospital. Unfortunately, the rate of scoliosis surgery continued to steadily increase.

Here at Powell Chiropractic Clinic, Inc., we utilize the ScoliBrace for cases that are unstable and/or have significant spinal curvature. Utilizing as many therapies as possible during treatment will help to reduce the curvature of scoliosis and, in turn, increase flexibility and function.

Scoliosis curvature is commonly thought of as a two-dimensional problem. A more accurate determination is that it has a three-dimensional factor also described as a helix.

The Boston brace was designed for a two-dimensional therapeutic administration; however, the scoliosis brace that we utilize, known as the ScoliBrace, is actually three-dimensional and is custom made for each patient.

See Boston brace/traditional brace vs ScoliBrace below:

scoli brace on 7 year old patient

Scoli-Brace Types

scoli brace woman smiling

scoli brace woman back view

scoli brace woman purple shirt

scoli brace for child

Kyphosis is a spinal disorder in which an excessive curve of the spine results in an abnormal rounding of the upper back. The condition is sometimes known as roundback or — in the case of a severe curve — as hunchback. Kyphosis can occur at any age but is more common during adolescence.




kyphosis scoli brace on male patient

scoli brace boy smiling

Kyphosis scoli brace on boy back view

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