Spinecor Soft Brace Offers New Hope For Children and Adults Suffering With Scoliosis
05/13/2010

New York, NY - May 10, 2010 – Dr. Marc Lamantia and Dr. Gary Deutchman of Scoliosis Systems, the leading provider of the spinecor soft flexible brace for children and adults, offer new alternatives to those suffering with scoliosis soft bracescoliosis. Scoliosis is a curvature of the spine that most often affects adolescent aged children but can persist well into adulthood. In extreme cases the spinal curvature can result in cardiovascular and pulmonary complications. For this reason early intervention is best.

Online PR News – 13-May-2010 – – New York, NY - May 10, 2010 – Dr. Marc Lamantia and Dr. Gary Deutchman of Scoliosis Systems, the leading provider of the spinecor soft flexible brace for children and adults, offer new alternatives to those suffering with scoliosis soft bracescoliosis. Scoliosis is a curvature of the spine that most often affects adolescent aged children but can persist well into adulthood. In extreme cases the spinal curvature can result in cardiovascular and pulmonary complications. For this reason early intervention is best.

Spinecor is the first and currently the only flexible dynamic brace for scoliosis. Spinecor is most effective when curvatures are treated early, however, in conjunction with a comprehensive rehabilitation program, Spinecor can be effective in larger curvatures as well as in adults.

Spinecor Scoliosis brace has been shown to be effective for the treatment of Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis, Adult Scoliosis of Adolescent Onset, and De-Novo Adult Scoliosis. Drs. Lamantia and Deutchman may accept cases which do not meet the inclusion criteria set forth by the Spinecorporation LTD.

Scoliosis systems is the first provider to offer Raster Stereography in an effort to minimize the xray exposure of these patients as frequent follow up and monitoring of progress is essential to maximizing outcomes of any scoliosis program.

Additionally, Dr. Lamantia and Deutchman have incorporated Schroth Exercises as a component of their extremely successful scoliosis rehabilitation program available nationwide. Scoliosis exercises (as described by Katharina Schroth) were developed as a three dimensional therapy to reshape the ribcage and reduce the deformity associated with Scoliosis.

scoliosis exercises schroth method Scoliosis exercises for adults and children should reduce the incidence of scoliosis progression, reduce postural rotation, improve mobility, improve postural stability, reduce pain, and improve cardiopulmonary function.