Sofia no longer needs surgery to correct her scoliosis following successful bracing treatment with the LOC scoliosis brace.
Flo’s growth spurt caused her small scoliosis curve to become much bigger in a short space of time before seeking bracing treatment at LOC.
Understanding how to spot the signs and symptoms of scoliosis can help parents detect the condition earlier. This leads to better treatment outcomes for scoliosis patients and can reduce the need for spinal surgery later in life.
Senior orthotist, Jack Choong recently presented at SOSORT’s Spine Week 2023 Congress in Melbourne, Australia, sharing the positive results we are seeing with the LOC Scoliosis brace with an international audience.
After a scoliosis diagnosis at 10 years old, the LOC scoliosis brace has helped Harriet's curve go down from 42 degrees to 5 degrees. She is now no longer considered a candidate for spinal surgery.
Just a year after the launch of LOC’s Scoliosis brace, The London Orthotic Consultancy has been invited to participate in the NHS BASIS Study trial into bracing treatment for Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis.
LOC to present scoliosis treatment findings at the SOSORT annual conference in Melbourne, Australia in May 2023.
"Our son’s registrar at RNOH said they were the best results he had ever seen from bracing treatment for scoliosis"
With LOC’s Scoliosis brace, the main goal is to correct the curve by straightening the spine and holding it in place.
At his age and with that severity of the curve there is almost a 100% chance of progression. It was clear that Benjamin would benefit from LOC's bespoke scoliosis brace to reduce his curve and prevent the need for invasive surgery at a later date.
Freya was highly motivated, so she wore the brace as recommended for 23 hours a day for a year and then was able to cut down gradually until she came out of her brace towards the end of 2021.
Treating Scoliosis non-surgically at LOC – a brief summary