The right design, every time.
Beat the curve with a better brace, for children & adolescents with scoliosis
Not all scoliosis braces are created equal
Most scoliosis braces for kids and teens, are not true custom 3D corrective braces. They often rely on 3 points of pressure to try and squeeze the spine straight, or come from a standard library of shapes, forced to fit the patient.
For growing children and adolescents, getting them the right brace design can make all the difference to their treatment results. ScoliBrace is a truly custom designed brace made with getting the best results in mind.
With ScoliBrace, and its unique 3D approach to bracing, it’s now possible for many growing kids to beat the curve with a better brace.
Some key benefits:
The ScoliBrace has an over-corrective design. It works by guiding the body and spine into a posture that is the opposite of how the scoliosis is shaped. In many cases where the spine is still growing, curve reduction may be achieved, as well as improving the overall appearance of the body.
Each ScoliBrace is custom designed for the individual based on 3D body scans, x-rays and posture photos. It is then fitted for that patient, by a trained and certified ScoliBrace provider to ensure a tailored yet consistent treatment approach.
Easy to Wear
The sleek design made from patients’ 3D scans also means that the ScoliBrace is barely visible under clothing. There is a variety of colors and patterns available for patients to personalize the look of their brace.
Why choose ScoliBrace?
ScoliBrace can be used in the treatment of various scoliosis cases for children and adolescents. Results may include:
Reduce the curve
Reduce scoliosis curves in infantile, juvenile & adolescent idiopathic cases and also in some neuromuscular cases
Reduce pain and minimize discomfort
Improve posture with more level shoulders, and more symmetrical body position
Improve body cosmetics including reduced rib humping
Every scoliosis case is different and must be assessed and diagnosed by a trained health professional who is highly educated about scoliosis. Early intervention with smaller curves have shown to achieve the best patient outcomes and larger curves can benefit from bracing as part of a carefully co-managed treatment approach.