Spinal Orthosis by Mobility Clinic
Here at MobilityClinic, our goal is to not only treat Scoliosis but to try and correct the effects of Scoliosis and prevent spinal curvature progression in our patients.
Although the curve caused by Scoliosis may not be able to be straightened 100%, over time, the curve can be lessened if diagnosed and treated at the right time.
Scoliosis braces are usually offered to child patients, considering their bones are still growing and forming and with the right brace, applied at the right time, the brace may be able to assist the functional growth of the child and deteriorate the effects of Scoliosis and stop the progression of Scoliosis in the patient.
Types of Spinal Orthosis
CTLSO - Cervical Thoracic Lumbar Sacral Orthosis
A pelvic girdle based brace that extends to the neck, used to treat curvature located in the higher, upper back area, known as Kyphosis.
TLSO - Thoracic Lumbar Sacral Orthosis
This beace consists of a trunk and pelvic girdle that is used to treat mid and lower back curves.
The Providence Nocturnal Scoliosis System
his revolutionary orthosis has gained in popularity because of its effectiveness in treating scoliosis and its enhanced ease of compliance among adolescent patients. The Providence Nocturnal Scoliosis System combines the precise grid coordinates of the patented measuring board and utilization of a CAD/CAM system to effectively establish consistent spinal modification strategies. The Providence Nocturnal Scoliosis System aggressively corrects the scoliotic curves while the patient sleeps. The Providence is also effective for obese, juvenile and neuromuscular patients.