Treatment SpineCor™ System Soft Bracing
Pre & Post-bracing SpineCor™ Treatment
Pre-bracing
Post-bracing at 18 months
Types of SpineCor™ Braces
  • Paediatric SpineCor™ Brace
  • Adult SpineCor™ Pain Relief Back Brace
Indications
Idiopathic scoliosis diagnosed and confirmed.
Male or female from age of 5 years and above.
Proven progression of more than 5 degrees in last 6 months or presented with strong family history.
Curve types: All classes including curves that are inverse to normal patterns (e.g. Left Thoracic, Right Lumbar)

The SpineCor™ Pain Relief Back Brace is a neuro-musculo-skeletal rehabilitation tool for treatment of abnormal spinal loading and abnormal posture; it is not just a back support brace. During the 2-year development process, clinical testing with the SpineCor™ Pain Relief Back Brace was performed on 200 patients. Some of these patients reported pain relief within hours of the first application. Of all patients treated, 90% reported relief within 6 weeks of use. The brace was launched in April 2009 and has been used in many countries.
Indications (not limited to those listed below)
Adolescent scoliosis in the Adult (ASA) Those whom have a pre-existing adolescent idiopathic scoliosis condition which develops through their adulthood.
De-novo degenerative scoliosis (DDS)
Degenerative scoliosis which occurs in the adulthood as a result of disc degeneration or arthritis.
Hyper kyphosis
Postural scoliosis
Post traumatic scoliosis
Chronic antalgic scoliosis
Spinal stenosis related to spinal misalignment
Modes of Action
Corrective movements gently guide the posture and spinal alignment in an optimal direction.
The elastic corrective bands act to resist the body's movement back to the abnormal position.
This constant correction, relaxation, correction, relaxation is in reality a corrective postural exercise.
The brace is able to put a patient's body through 10's of 1000's of repetitions per day instead of the 10-50 repetitions that are typical with other rehabilitation techniques.
It creates dynamic spinal offloading and neuromuscular rehabilitation with the ultimate goal of neuromuscular integration.
Achieving its objectives of pain relief, postural changes and stabilization of spinal misalignments.

Initially, the brace is worn 8-16 hours per day in order to initiate postural change. After several months of wear, it is often possible to reduce wearing time while maintaining pain relief.