Scoliosis Physiotherapy & Posture Centre

231 McLeod St.

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K2P 0Z8

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Publications

 

  1. “Physiotherapy Scoliosis Specific Exercises (PSSE) based on the Schroth Method without bracing is an effective treatment for scoliosis in improving curves and avoiding surgery and should be offered as a treatment option in Canada: Case Series."

  2. “Unexpected late progression of Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS) treated with short-term, aggressive, full-time bracing and Physiotherapy Scoliosis Specific Exercises (PSSE) based on the Schroth Method with excellent preliminary result: Case Study.”

  3. “Adult female with severe progressive scoliosis possibly secondary to benign tumor removal at age 3 treated with Scoliosis Specific Schroth Physiotherapy (SSSPT), after refusing surgery: Case Study."

Conferences & Proceedings

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  • Podium presentations, Katowice, Poland (2015).

  • Poster presentation, Wiesbaden, Germany (2014). “Rib index, an objective measure to document changes of the rib hump deformity in a Risser 4 progressive AIS patient treated with the Schroth method”.

  • Podium presentation, Chicago, USA (2013). “Preliminary result of 4 years of Conservative Management Juvenile Idiopathic Scoliosis, Case Report”.

  • Podium presentation,  (2012).

  • Barcelona, Spain (2011).

  • Montreal, Canada (2010).

INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY ON SCOLIOSIS ORTHOPEDIC & REHABILITATION TREATMENT (SOSORT)

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE of PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, New York, New York

  • "Conservative Treatment of Childhood Scoliosis" (2014, 2015).

HOSPITAL for SPECIAL SURGERY, New York, New York

  • Presentation to Surgical medical rounds for orthopaedic surgeons (2012).

  • Presentation to Paediatric Dept. (2012). "Ideopathic Scoliosis and its non-surgical treatment".

CHEO RESEARCH INSTITUTE, Ottawa, Canada

  • Healthy Active Living & Obesity Research