Do you have a 38-degree spinal curve?

The Scoliosis SOS Clinic can help to reduce your 38 degree Cobb angle measurement, prevent future progression, and eliminate the need for spinal fusion surgery.

Patients with a 38-degree scoliosis curve who are looking for an alternative to spinal fusion surgery can benefit immensely from the tailored treatment courses that we deliver here at the Scoliosis SOS Clinic in the heart of London.

Our non-invasive scoliosis therapy has helped many patients with a 38-degree scoliosis curve or higher. Some of the benefits include:

  • Reduced Cobb angle measurement
  • Increased muscle balance and back strength
  • Less pain in spine and legs

Call Scoliosis SOS on 0207 488 4428 or fill out our online enquiry form to arrange an initial consultation.

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Patient Story: Yana, 12 Years Old

12-year-old Yana visited the Scoliosis SOS Clinic with her mother in September 2015 after she was diagnosed with a 38-degree scoliosis curve. After being fitted with a brace, the next option for Yana was spinal fusion surgery, which wasn’t an option that she or her mother wanted to consider. Yana travelled to London to undergo a 4-week exercise-based treatment course to help improve her 38-degree spinal curve.

Watch Yana’s story to find out how we’ve helped her! 

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Testimonial: Sara from the Netherlands

"Travelling to England for treatment seemed a little daunting to start with, but it was worth every second I spent away from home, as I now have a new corrected posture which I am truly proud of. I will always be grateful to the Scoliosis SOS clinic, they really did answer my cry for help!" 

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Testimonial: Sara from the Netherlands


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