Why You Should Practice Your Scoliosis Exercises Daily By Rosemary Marchese (Physiotherapist, Scoliosis Schroth and SEAS Methods) ‘Why should you practice your scoliosis exercises daily?’ It’s a common issue because these scoliosis exercises take time away from other things you might want to do. Scoliosis specific exercises are known as Physiotherapeutic Scoliosis Specific Exercises (PSSE).
By Rosemary Marchese (Physiotherapist, Scoliosis Schroth and SEAS methods) How do you know if you or your child with scoliosis is improving? There is often a lot of focus on the Cobb angle (the measurement on X-ray). It’s easy to see why. An angle provides a number, something ‘concrete’ for patients and families to hold
Progressive Scoliosis By Rosemary Marchese (Physiotherapist, Scoliosis Schroth and SEAS methods) Defining progression and risk of progression in scoliosis Determining whether scoliosis is progressive is important for each patient. Not all scoliosis cases are as progressive as others. If the scoliosis is progressive, then it is important to try to work out when it started
Practical Tips to Help Your Child Wear a Brace for Scoliosis by Rosemary Marchese (Physiotherapist, Schroth and SEAS methods for Scoliosis) Being diagnosed with Idiopathic Scoliosis and needing to wear a brace for scoliosis can be a tricky journey to navigate for children and families. There are also visits to doctors, physiotherapy and orthotists. For
Physiotherapists who treat Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis By Rosemary Marchese, Physiotherapist, Schroth and SEAS methods for Scoliosis Why do we sometimes treat Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis with conservative therapy options? Treatment outcomes for Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS) is often focused on reduction or stabilisation of the Cobb angle measured on X-Ray. I have seen many patients and