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What is the Scoliosis Traction Chair?

DISCLAIMER: This article is not intended to promote or sell a product in any way, but rather to explain how research can be applied pragmatically towards the development of clinical rehabilitation technologies. The Scoliosis Traction Chair is not available for sale to the general public, or even to licensed Doctors of Chiropractic....

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A Practical Guide for Handling a Diagnosis of Scoliosis

This guide is not intended to replace the advice of a healthcare professional. Each case of scoliosis is unique and must be evaluated on an individual basis. Please consult with a scoliosis specialist before deciding upon a treatment plan....

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Why is 10 degrees considered a scoliosis?

Have you ever wondered how or why it was decided that Cobb angle had to measure greater than 10 degrees in order for a spinal curvature to be formally diagnosed as a scoliosis? Or why bracing is recommended at 20 degrees, and surgery at 40?...

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ICD 10 Coding for Scoliosis

In October of 2015, the United States government began requiring healthcare practitioners to use a new system of diagnosis codes, called ICD 10, which stands for International Classification of Disease, 10th edition. This article is intended to assist healthcare professionals in using the correct diagnosis codes with cases of scoliosis....

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