Scoliosis is a lateral curvature of the spine and is considered the most common spinal deformity. Approximately 500,000 American adults have scoliosis of over 30°. Scoliosis in adults over 20 years of age begins in childhood or adolescence, and is mostly overlooked until it is quite severe. There are two different forms of scoliosis: structural scoliosis, with definite changes in the vertebrae, and postural scoliosis, which is of a functional nature.
What is Scoliosis?
Non Surgical Idiopathic Scoliosis Treatment with Dynamic Brace System (DBS) Scoliosis Rail
Dynamic Brace System (DBS) Scoliosis Rail attachment to the Vertetrac for idiopathic scoliosis treatment. It is a patented system for the non surgical scoliosis therapy of idiopathic juvenile, adolescent, and adult scoliosis, by applying 3D spinal decompression. Unlike other braces, the DBS Scoliosis Rail is designed for 2-3 daily treatments of 30 minutes each, and is not worn 16 hours a day like other braces.
The DBS Scoliosis Rail attachment takes into account a number of factors, including the physiological age of the patient, the size and location of the curve, and the progress of the curve. The initial treatment with the DBS Scoliosis Rail attachment is the same as with the Vertetrac, however, the DBS applies different decompression to patients with a sciatic scoliosis. The dynamic brace system helps to restore normal upright stance while decreasing muscle spasm, often leading to full recovery. The spinal decompression in combination with a horizontal pressure force, locating it onto the apex of the curve which can help to arrest the curve’s progression.
According to a clinical study performed by the Orthopaedic Technological Review, 86% of all cases experienced spinal pain relief as a result of direct spinal decompression.
DBS Scoliosis Rail in Action – Video
DBS Scoliosis Rail Brochure
Clinical Research Papers
DBS Scoliosis Rail Testimonials
I have been using the Meditrac brace for one year with alarming results. Cases ranging from 44 degrees scoliosis to the most severe disc ruptures all resulting in dramatic symptomatic and physiological changes…
…If you are interested in treating the most severe cases with phenomenal results, then do your research and purchase a Meditrac brace today…
Louis Salavagio, BS, DC, CCRD, PT, Associate Professor, University of St. Augustine, School of Physical and Occupational Therapy, Doctoral Program