Q: HOW QUICKLY CAN I BE SEEN?
Q: HOW LONG DOES THE SESSION LAST?
Q: DO I NEED A REFERRAL FROM MY DOCTOR?
Q: WHY DIDN'T THE DOCTOR RECOMMEND SCHROTH-BASED THERAPY FOR ME OR MY CHILD'S SCOLIOSIS?
Schroth has successfully been used in Europe for the past 50 years as the FIRST line of defense in treating and managing scoliosis, often before bracing. The very first American therapists were trained in this country in 2003. Because of this, the Schroth Method is new to the U.S.A. and many doctors are either unfamiliar with the method, or are not up-to-date on the current research. But this is slowly changing. Boston Children’s Hospital and Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan are among the health-care institutions that now have Schroth therapists in-house.