Lior Neuhaus Sulam

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This report is the SOSORT Consensus Paper on School Screening for Scoliosis discussed at the 4th International Conference on Conservative Management of Spinal Deformities, presented by SOSORT, on May 2007. The objectives were numerous, 1) the inclusion of the existing information on the issue, 2) the analysis and discussion of the responses by the meeting(More)
Introduction: Exercise-based approaches exist; however, it is unclear whether these approaches are based on scientific findings in the literature on trunk muscle deficits in scoliosis that could be targeted by exercises. The aims of this study were to systematically review the literature to understand the functional muscular properties of paraspinal muscles(More)
Scoliosis is a 3D deformity of the spine combined with pathological structural changes. Scoliosis tend to progress through growth. BSPTS method based on Schroth principles is a specific physiotherapeutic treatment method for scoliosis. It considers the 3d changes of the spine, the geometrical and axial torsion of the hole spine, thorax and pelvic. Using(More)
Methods Subjects: 25 idiopathic scoliosis patients with the average age of 15.5, various curves (14° -100° Cobb angle), undergoing physical therapy (Schroth method) for at least 3 months. 6/25 subjects are using a brace. An asymmetry was calculated as % of deviation from the expected 50% of weight bearing on each feet/ischium in unimpaired subjects. Healthy(More)
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