Rehabilitation schools for scoliosis
The scoliosis rehabilitation model begins with the correct diagnosis and evaluation of the patient, to make treatment decisions oriented to the patient. The treatment is based on observation, education, scoliosis specific exercises, and bracing. The state of research in the field of conservative treatment is evolving insufficient. There is some evidence supporting scoliosis specific exercises as a part of the rehabilitation treatment, however, the evidence is poor and the different methods are not known by most of the scientific community. The only way to improve the knowledge and understanding of the different physiotherapy methodologies (specific exercises), integrated into the whole rehabilitation program, is to establish a single and comprehensive source of information about it.
This is what Scoliosis and Spinal Disorders aims to do through the 'Rehabilitation schools for scoliosis' thematic series, where technical papers coming from the different schools will be published.
This series has not been sponsored, and there are no conflicts of interest to declare.
Published in Scoliosis and Spinal Disorders