Curve Correction Program For Children & Teens

Comprehensive Curve Correction Program For Children and Teens The comprehensive curve correction program for children and teens is specifically designed to attain as much straightening of the spine as possible without surgery.  This straightening is attained through the Silicon Valley Scoliosis Method for curve correction.  The goal with this program is not merely preventing worsening, rather it is to attain maximum reduction and straightening of the spine.  If preventing the

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Scoliosis Services

Scoliosis Services No matter where you are in your journey, Scoliosis Care Centers offers a variety of non-surgical scoliosis services to assist patients of all ages. From screening and monitoring services; MRI based brace analysis and improvement; to our comprehensive Silicon Valley Method for treating scoliosis, patients and parents can find everything they need to ensure a spine has every chance to grow straight and healthy. ScoliosisScreening Screen your child

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Scoliosis Treatment for Children and Teens

Scoliosis Treatment for Children and Adolescents Written and reviewed for scientific and factual accuracy by Dr. Jelcick, PhD and Dr. Janzen, DC Scoliosis can be effectively treated in kids and teens without surgery; no curve should be ignored regardless of its size. Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis worsens rapidly with growth; however the pubertal growth spurt can be utilized to straighten the spine instead of allowing it to worsen the scoliosis. Comprehensive

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Scoliosis X-rays and Your Brace: How Long Should the Brace Be off Before Your Next Scoliosis X-Ray (or MRI)?

Scoliosis X-rays and Your Brace: How Long Should the Brace Be off Before Your Next Scoliosis X-Ray (or MRI)?

Written and reviewed for scientific and factual accuracy by Dr. Jelcick, PhD and Dr. Janzen, DC A common practice in scoliosis management is to measure the progress of the scoliosis curve by taking a full spine X-ray. When a patient wears a scoliosis brace, they will typically be instructed by the orthopedic surgeon to take it off for 24 hours prior to receiving their next X-ray. But what should we

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Silicon Valley Method: A Comprehensive Nonsurgical Scoliosis Treatment

The Silicon Valley Method: Scoliosis Treatment Without SurgeryThe Silicon Valley MethodTM is a comprehensive non-surgical treatment plan for adolescent idiopathic scoliosis used by Scoliosis Care CentersTM to treat scoliosis and help straighten the spine. A back brace for scoliosis is typically used for non-surgical treatment. However, in order to ensure that your case of scoliosis grows straighter, there are 5 key problems that must be solved. Solve these 5 key

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Revolutionizing Scoliosis Treatment With Standing MRI

Revolutionizing Scoliosis Treatment With Standing MRI

Written and reviewed for scientific and factual accuracy by Dr. Jelcick, PhD and Dr. Janzen, DC Have you ever had a concern about over-exposure to X-rays in your child or teen with scoliosis?  This concern is a valid one, as studies have shown an increased risk of cancer from X-ray exposures taken for scoliosis 1,2.  Various efforts have been made to address the risk of over-exposure to radiation; the most

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Careful Observation of Scoliosis Progress with Standing MRI and Emerging Technologies

Improved Scoliosis Monitoring Using Standing MRI Scoliosis Care Centers uses 100% radiation-free standing MRI instead of X-Rays for monitoring our patient’s treatment progress and Cobb angles. Here are 3 ways MRI helps improve your care:1. Quarterly (every 3 months) Standing Scoliosis MRI imaging A scoliosis xray is typically taken every 6-12 months to monitor a curve. However, limiting monitoring to only once or twice a year to minimize radiation can

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Eliminating X-rays for Scoliosis Treatment by Using Standing MRI

Eliminating X-rays for Scoliosis Treatment by Using Standing MRI

Written and reviewed for scientific and factual accuracy by Dr. Jelcick, PhD and Dr. Janzen, DC Scoliosis Monitoring With MRI Instead of X-Ray When you have a child with scoliosis what typically happens, if you're lucky, it gets caught before it needs surgery. And the parent ends up at the pediatrician’s office, which usually refers them to the orthopedist’s office, and the orthopedic surgeon really has no game plan unless

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