Scoliosis Success

Note: This is not a comprehensive list of all of our scoliosis success cases. We respect patient privacy and have obtained the permission to share these images on our website.

Where do you fit?

No two people are the same, thus no two spines are the same. This is especially true when concerning scoliosis. There are many factors that go into determining how successful one will be when treating scoliosis. These include; initial Cobb angle, age, gender, Risser (or growth stage), compliance, the shape of the scoliosis (C-curve or S-curve), and more. Since there are so many elements that determine the degree of success, we’ve categorized our past cases below for you to have a better idea of where you fit.

Initial Cobb Angle: 10-24°

Success Rate: 100%
Average Reduction: 50%
Potential Reduction: 100%

Initial Cobb Angle: 25-39°

Success Rate: 95%
Average Reduction: 35%
Our Best Reduction: 73%

Initial Cobb Angle: 40-50°

Success Rate: 60%
Average Reduction: 24%
Our Best Reduction: 60%

Initial Cobb Angle: 51-64°

Initial Cobb Angle: 65+°

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