Mark Morningstar DC
Journal of Scoliosis Rehabilitation. June 25, 2012.
The growing body of non-surgical scoliosis literature is truly exciting to observe. This body of evidence is due in large part to specialty societies such as the International Research Society for Spinal Deformities (IRSSD), and the Society on Scoliosis Orthopedic and Rehabilitation Treatment (SOSORT), of which I am fortunate to be a member.
The goal of this journal is to disseminate information on non-surgical scoliosis treatments and management strategies, as well as aspects of scoliosis that relate to a broad array of medical specialties. These may include physical medicine, physical therapy, orthotics, osteopathic medicine, manual medicine, functional and clinical neurology, functional medicine, and CAM modalities, to name a few.
Key Words: Scoliosis, SOSORT, IRSSD, non-surgical, orthotics, bracing