The pubertal growth spurt: why is it the main risk for scoliosis?

Scoliosis is known to be a condition that evolves with growth, the latter being a process that starts on the day we are born and ends when we achieve complete bone maturation (that is to say, at between 16 and 18 years of age, depending on our sex as well as various other subjective factors). […]

The criteria for evaluation of aesthetics in scoliosis

Our study "Construct validity of the Trunk Aesthetic Clinical…

World Master 2020: let's go!

On January 16 the World Master Online officially opened, now…

Scoliosis and pregnancy: it’s possible!

The Isico blog is a dedicated space…

A Christmas Carol from Isico

Our very best wishes for Christmas and 2020: a whole new year…


Marta Pagnini is a former Italian gymnast, captain of the Italian…

Can scoliosis be treated with exercises?

The answer is yes, and they are indeed fundamental, but sometimes…

What happens when scoliosis is left untreated?

Our paper entitled “The natural history of idiopathic scoliosis…

When the brace turns you strong

Cecilia is 18, and she has been wearing a brace for the past…