Schroth’s Textbook of Scoliosis and Other Spinal Deformities
Patients and families coping with scoliosis and other spinal deformities are increasingly seeking better solutions for care and management. The recent worldwide expansion of the Schroth method, an exercise rehabilitation treatment originating in Germany, and its new advancements in compatible bracing have led to the need for an overview of evidence-based treatment principles.
This comprehensive textbook is the first of its kind from the Schroth Best Practice Academy, an international group of highly esteemed and experienced scoliosis practitioners and researchers. A collaborative body of work, it focuses on the most common spinal deformities and provides current methods of non-surgical treatment. It highlights cutting-edge treatment options often disregarded by mainstream medicine, and will serve to guide and enhance the knowledge of conservative treatment practitioners desiring to help patients improve treatment outcomes and quality of life.
Marc Moramarco, DC, is the Clinic Director of Scoliosis 3DC in Woburn, Massachusetts, USA. He is a board member and Senior Instructor of the Schroth Best Practice Academy. Among his publications are Schroth Therapy: Advancements in Conservative Treatment, co-authored with Dr. Hans-Rudolf Weiss and the late Christa Lehnert Schroth, PT.
Maksym Borysov, PT, CPO, is the Clinic Director of Orttech Plus in Kharkov, Ukraine. He is a board member and Senior Instructor of the Schroth Best Practice Academy. His publications focus on exercise rehabilitation and bracing for scoliosis.
Shu Yan Ng, DC, is the Clinic Director of Wanchai Chiropractic Clinic in Hong Kong. He is Chairman of the Hong Kong Chiropractic College Foundation and authored the book Chiropractic Approach to Low Back Syndrome.
Hans-Rudolf Weiss, MD, is the Medical Director of the Spinal Deformities Rehabilitation Clinic in Gensingen, Germany. The developer of the Schroth Best Practice program, he serves as Head of the Schroth Best Practice Academy. His inventions include the Gensingen brace and several other spinal braces for various conditions. He has over 500 publications related to spinal deformities to his credit.
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