Here at the Scoliosis SOS Clinic, we provide highly effective treatment for scoliosis sufferers who don’t wish to undergo surgery for their condition. Our treatment courses use the ScolioGold method
to get great results for the patient without any surgical intervention – visit our Testimonials
page to see some of the (unsolicited!) feedback we’ve received from our patients over the years.
It all starts with a scoliosis screening
Reminder: We treat scoliosis sufferers from all over the world!
We cannot accept any patient onto a ScolioGold course until they have attended an initial consultation
with a member of the Scoliosis SOS team and undergone a scoliosis screening
. These screenings are usually conducted here at the Clinic (view address
), although we can arrange to do them via telephone or Skype if you live further afield.
If you choose to undergo a scoliosis screening via Skype or over the phone, you will need to send us photographs of your back and/or your latest X-rays in advance so that we can provide an accurate assessment of your condition. These images can be sent via post or email.
What a scoliosis screening looks for
At your initial screening, your Scoliosis SOS consultant will be looking for the answers to the following questions:
- How severe is your condition?
- Is there an identifiable cause?
- Will ScolioGold treatment benefit you?
The appointment will last 40-60 minutes, and you will have ample opportunity to ask any questions you might have.
How to book your scoliosis screening
To book your initial consultation at the Scoliosis SOS Clinic, please fill out our enquiry form below and we will be in touch as soon as possible. If you would rather book your scoliosis screening over the phone, give us a call on 0207 488 4428
You can also get in touch with us to talk about our scoliosis screening process if you would like to gather more information before booking – the Scoliosis SOS team are always on-hand to help!
When Erika Maude founded Scoliosis SOS back in 2006
, she opened a clinic in Martlesham, a village in her home county of Suffolk. Word quickly spread, and patients flocked to the Scoliosis SOS Clinic from miles around, eager to see if the Clinic’s exercise-based scoliosis treatments could give them a better quality of life and eliminate the need for invasive surgery.
In 2009, Erika and the Scoliosis SOS team decided that, in order to better serve the needs of scoliosis sufferers from further afield, the Clinic should relocate to its present-day home in London. Non-surgical scoliosis treatments are still not widely available in a lot of countries, and many scoliosis sufferers wanted to travel to our clinic from abroad but found it difficult to get to a small village in Suffolk.
Left: Our old clinic in Martlesham, Suffolk.
Right: Our current location in the City of London.
By contrast, our current location on Mansell Street in London is easily accessible from just about anywhere. London, of course, is served by several international airports, and Mansell Street is within easy walking distance of several railway stations (Fenchurch Street, Liverpool Street) and London Underground stops (Aldgate, Aldgate East, Tower Gateway and others).