Scoliosis in the mirror: aesthetic concerns and psychological support

We are all critical when we look at ourselves in the mirror. We tend to focus on and analyse the smallest detail, to the point that we sometimes get quite worked up about perceived flaws or defects that others probably don’t even notice. This also applies to curves and asymmetries due to conditions like scoliosis. […]

The importance of observational studies

Our study, Observational Studies: Specific Considerations…

The Risser sign, growth and scoliosis: let’s clear a few things up

When patients come for medical consultations or physiotherapy…

Isico science corner video column

At Isico we give great importance to research, an integral part…

A closer look at the data

The study just published, A Pragmatic Benchmarking Study of…

Adults: can hyperkyphosis be improved?

With the passing years, many adults start to realise, when they…

Giulia, the story of a record-breaking Paralympic champion

It was her smile that first made us want to hear her story. Giulia…