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Different Scoliosis Brace Options and Why We Choose ScoliBrace

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These are just a few examples of the different scoliosis brace options available.

The choice of brace depends on factors such as the type and severity of the scoliosis curve, the patient’s age, and individual treatment goals. It is important to consult with a healthcare professional specializing in scoliosis to determine the most appropriate brace for each individual case.

There are several different scoliosis brace options available, including:

1. Boston Brace: This is a commonly used brace made of rigid plastic that covers the torso and is customized to fit each individual’s body shape. It is designed to apply corrective pressure to the curves of the spine.

2. Cheneau Brace: The Cheneau Brace is a customized brace that incorporates three-dimensional correction principles. It is designed to address the specific curve pattern of each patient. The Cheneau Brace is made of rigid plastic and is typically worn for 20-23 hours a day.

3. Milwaukee Brace: This is an older type of brace that is rarely used today. It consists of a neck ring and a body jacket that extends down the torso to the hips. The Milwaukee Brace is designed to correct curves in the cervical (neck) and upper thoracic (upper back) regions.

4. Providence Brace: This is a dynamic brace that uses elastic bands to apply corrective pressure to the curves of the spine. It is designed to be more comfortable and less restrictive than rigid braces.

5. SpineCor Brace: The SpineCor Brace is a dynamic brace that uses a system of elastic bands to apply corrective pressure to the spine. It is made of flexible materials and allows for a greater range of motion compared to rigid braces. The SpineCor Brace is typically worn for 20-23 hours a day.

6. ScoliBrace: The ScoliBrace is a modern alternative to traditional scoliosis braces. It is a custom-made 3D brace that is designed to be more comfortable, low profile, and adjustable. The ScoliBrace uses a combination of 3D scanning, computer-aided design, and manufacturing technologies to create a brace that is specifically tailored to each patient’s unique spinal curvature. It is also designed to address the three-dimensional aspect of scoliosis by providing corrective forces in all three planes of motion.

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The ScoliBrace is often considered a preferred option for several reasons:

1. Customization: The ScoliBrace is custom-made to fit the individual patient’s body shape and spinal curvature. This ensures a better fit and more targeted correction.

2. Comfort: The ScoliBrace is designed to be more comfortable and less restrictive compared to traditional rigid braces. It is low profile and can be worn discreetly under clothing.

3. Adjustability: The ScoliBrace is adjustable, allowing for modifications as the patient’s spine changes over time. This adaptability makes it a suitable option for growing children and adolescents.

4. Three-dimensional correction: The ScoliBrace addresses the three-dimensional nature of scoliosis by providing corrective forces in all three planes of motion. This comprehensive approach helps to improve spinal alignment and reduce the progression of the curve.

It is important to note that the choice of the best scoliosis brace option may vary depending on factors such as the type and severity of the scoliosis curve, the patient’s age, and individual treatment goals. Consulting with a healthcare professional specializing in scoliosis is crucial to determine the most appropriate brace option for each individual case.

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