We take a holistic approach in researching, understanding and treating scoliosis and other spinal deformities. We offer education, consultancy, recreation and rehabilitation across our three centres, aiming to meet the individual needs of our clients.

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Complex three-dimensional deformity of the spinal column with unknown etiology .

Scoliosis is a structural change in the three planes of the spine (frontal, sagittal and transverse plane) and may occur in all vertebral segments. The period of rapid growth and development is the most critical period for the onset of scoliosis or for the exacerbation of already formed curvature. In some cases during this period, besides exercise it is recommended to wear the brace. Early detection and adequate treatment can prevent the progression of scoliosis.

Low back pain

Tests to evaluate the condition of muscles, ligaments and nerves

Low back pain is a common human experience and almost everyone has it at some point. Fortunately, low back pain often gets better on its own. When it doesn't, there are effective treatments. Symptoms range from a dull ache to a stabbing sensation, which may make it hard to move or stand up straight. Pain that lasts more than three months is considered chronic.

Bad posture

Changes in the muscular tissue, deformity in the skeletal apparatus

Postural disorders, that is, poor posture in children and adults, have been on the rise in recent years. Modern lifestyles and modern technology have accelerated our lives on the one hand, and significantly reduced the need for movement on the other hand, which has had a negative impact on the youngest population. It should be emphasised that poor posture results in changes in the muscular tissue, while deformity is a change in the skeletal apparatus. Poor posture can be more easily resolved if a problem is identified and treated properly.

Flat feet

Flat foot (Pes planus) is a very common deformity, which occurs in large population

Flat foot (Pes planus) is a very common deformity, which occurs in large population, resulting from a variety of causes, including injuries, inadequate and uncomfortable footwear, obesity, as well as hypokinesia, that is, reduced movement, weakening and loosening of the muscles of the lower leg and foot (mostly occurs in puberty).