50% Sustained Reduction

50% Sustained Reduction

14 year old female Risser IV, Thoracic Primary Scoliosis. Sustained reduction of 50% with dramatic posture improvement and relief of lower back spasms when playing sports. Local care program consisting of 3 times per week for 3 months.
80% Sustained Reduction

80% Sustained Reduction

12 year old female high risk Risser II primary thoracic scoliosis. Two week initial BootCamp, one additional week of camp at 6 months and a total of 14 months home exercises using the TorsoTrainer™. Sustained 80% reduction 29º to 6º after 14 months. She is now 13 and...
Scoliosis Fusion Surgery Avoided

Scoliosis Fusion Surgery Avoided

Violet now age 16.7 years with a scoliosis measurement of 15º. Started with her twin sister 3 years ago at age 13.7 years. At that time she was scheduled for fusion surgery. She and her sister have both avoided rigid bracing and surgery through hard work and...
From 36º to 18º

From 36º to 18º

Julia, a 13.4 year old female with primary thoraco-lumbar scoliosis went from 36º to 18º in the Scoliosis BootCamp program.
34% Stable Correction

34% Stable Correction

Fifteen year old Kayla had primary lumbar scoliosis with a significant rotation Risser IV. The 14 month follow up demonstrates a 32º Cobb angle and a stable correction of 34% with de-rotation occurring, creating a very nice cosmetic improvement.
Two Weeks 28% Correction

Two Weeks 28% Correction

Samantha is a 14 year old female with primary thoracic scoliosis. She’s achieved a 28% correction of her curvature during the 2 week Scoliosis BootCamp. Because she has finished her pubertal growth spurt, her risk of progression has decreased tremendously, and...