Individual patient results will vary depending on the patient's age, skeletal maturity, severity of scoliosis, previous scoliosis treatments, as well as other factors.
New Bracing Patients
WCR brace , A1 type brace with D modifier using the Rigo Classification of scoliosis. Patient's right thoracic curve went from 41 degrees perbrace to more or less zero (straight). Good clinical presentation in brace with hypercorrection of trunk and pelvis.
Left: Patient pre-brace. Right: Patient 10 months after WCR brace
1: Pre-brace X-ray 2: After 2 months in WCR brace in-brace X-ray Right: 6 months after wearing WCR brace, out of brace for 24 hours
Left: Prebrace, patient had a right thoracic 51-degree curve and left lumbar 37-degree curve. Center photo, patient after one week of brace wear and BSPTS presents with an improved clinical presentation. Right photo, 4 months of BSPTS and Scroth PT with certified BSPTS PTHagit Berdishevsky, PT, MSPT, DPT, of New York and WCR bracing presents with an improved clinical presentation and the out of brace X-ray presented a reduced thoracic 41-degree curve. Patient had a second WCR brace fabricated due to good correction and body changes. The second WCR brace in-brace X-ray presented the right thoraic curve of 25 degrees (from 51 prebrace) and 13 degrees lumbar curve (from 37 degrees prebrace) in 6 months.
Patient is at the end of bracing with 28% out of brace correction of the curve with an improved clinical presentation.
This patient has been doing Schroth Therapy with Jeanann Maguffin of Scoliosis Care Physical Therapy in New York since March 2014
Left: Patient pre-brace Center: Patient wearing WCR Right: Patient out of brace for 24 hours after 7 months