Scoliosis Bracing: Details Make the Difference
From Kaitlyn Petrando
Bracing is an important treatment unique to pediatrics. It is Active, requiring motivated clinicians and engaged patients. There are many details in bracing that need to be mastered for a successful outcome. We have five leading educators discussing ten “details.” Learning Objectives: 1. Determine optimal brace type based on the individual patient including curve type, curve magnitude, and patient age. 2. Tips and tricks for optimizing in-brace correction, brace fit, and comfort. 3. Resources to facilitate patient buy-in, and monitor their buy-in through measuring compliance and working with PT.