What is secondary scoliosis?

Scoliosis: idiopathic or secondary? Let’s look at the difference. Scoliosis, defined as a “three-dimensional deformity of the spine”, affects 3% of the population overall, and in 80% of cases its origin is not known.  In these cases, it is therefore termed idiopathic. In the other 20% of cases, on the other hand, the cause of […]

Best Practice Guidelines for bracing in AIS

Which are the guidelines for using a brace in idiopathic scoliosis…

Message in a bottle: an Isico research

Isico's study, "Torsion bottle, a very simple, reliable, and…

Online Master: conclusion of edition 2020

Our international online Master 2020 edition has reached its…

Isico involved in an international research project: brace versus plaster cast

An international project involving clinical centres in 40 countries…

A perfectly straight back? That’s pretty rare!

It is as rare to have a perfectly straight back and perfectly…

Physical activity in adults with scoliosis: what and how much?

Before we start talking about scoliosis and physical activity…

A Brace classification study

The study Brace Classification Study Group (BCSG): part one – definitions…

My kid is always slouching: bad posture or a medical problem?

In today’s digital age, the incredible exponential curves…