How is Scoliosis Specific Therapy different than Traditional PT?
Physical Therapists have gone through extensive years of education to become experts in the science and study of human body mechanics. We assess and analyze not only how and why we move as it relates to injuries, but also how we can successfully assist our patients in regaining movement that is efficient and effective for long-term health.
When one area of the body is out of alignment, it can often cause a chain reaction of other areas of the body which will end up compensating up and down the mechanical chain, whether we are aware of it or not.
It is the job of a good Physical Therapist to discover the underlying cause of dysfunction and pain, and then create the optimal exercise program and use of manual therapy techniques to create optimal body healing.
Why choose us and what makes us unique?
- Female owned and operated
- Over 20 years of experience in orthopedics and spine specialties
- Educated in the top 5 scoliosis programs across the world (ISST, BSPTS, SSOL, SEAS, LYON methods) supported by sosort and SRS
- One on one, hour sessions with a qualified and certified spine specialty physical therapist
- We provide each patient with multi-media program options to maximize compliance (written, photo and video instruction of all assessments and exercises)
- We provide PSSE, evidence-based exercises and functional retraining in all 3 planes of motion instead of traditional 2-D therapy. Our exercises are chosen according to the guidelines of SRS AND SOSORT, to create programs fit to your unique needs and complimentary to brave use, when appropriate.
- We provide the best conservative physical therapy for treating scoliosis and spine issues with ongoing education, community resources and continuation of care with cost-effective group classes led by highly skilled instructors
- We are Active Members of the SRS and SOSORT which help us to maintain up to date information on scoliosis research and education
- We are clinical mentors for the University of St Augustine and Texas State Physical therapy programs