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NEOPS: 
A Leading Provider
of Scoliosis Bracing

Scoliosis Patient Center

 
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scoliosis fashion
boston brace scoliosis brace delivery at the Eschen office in a Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) in New York City (NYC)

The Runway

Scoliosis brace design and technology have come a long way since their bulky, rigid predecessors were the industry norm. Modern day scoliosis braces are thin, flexible, and low-profile enough to fit under most clothing. 

 

Recent breakthroughs in scoliosis bracing, most notably going from treating scoliosis one dimensionally to treating it in three dimensions, have made bracing the preferred conservative treatment option for most providers. As a result of this new way of thinking about and treating scoliosis, scoliosis bracing has become more effective, comfortable, and fashion-friendly than ever before!

 

Dressing for scoliosis doesn’t have to be difficult.  Our best advice is to dress in whatever makes you feel comfortable and confident!  Here are a few of our patients and their suggestions.

 

Fashion Tips

You can wear a brace and still dress to impress. Here are some tips and links to help you do just that. 

  • Always wear a tight-fitting undershirt under your brace.  It will give you an extra layer of protection between the brace and your skin. 

  • Infinity scarves are a great accessory that look stylish  and can help conceal your brace

  • Statement necklaces and other accessories can help distract the eye 

  • Long, button down shirts and oversized cardigans will all do a great job of concealing your brace

 

Check out the videos below for fashion tips from our favorite Scoliosis Brace Superstar YouTubers:

Undergarment Links

Here are a few links to undergarments that our patients love:

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Support

Remember, you’re not in this alone! It can be easy to forget that when you’re going through something that’s hard, but it’s important to remember. You have a strong support system and there are tons of local organizations, online communities and support groups dedicated to scoliosis. It’s easy to get connected if you want to find people to talk to. Below are resources we’ve compiled to help you along your way.

Scolios-us, LLC, is a web-based platform intended to empower patients with the tools and resources they need to be successful along their scoliosis journey.

Curvy Girls is an international scoliosis peer support for girls.

Boys: Contact us! We have quite a few boys who have gone through or are going through treatment and we are happy to connect you.

 

Medical and Scientific Information

It is often said that knowledge is power. To that end, we encourage you to educate yourself utilizing the resources below. The more you know, the more empowered and in control you will feel over your condition!  

 

Medline Plus: Helpful links with easy-to-read descriptions and definitions.

Scoliosis Research Society: Good source of basic information.

National Scoliosis Foundation: General information on scoliosis.

The Center for Young Women’s Health: Good resource for young girls.

Scolios-us: a web-based platform intended to empower scoliosis patients with the tools and resources they need to be successful brace-wearers.

Spinal Dynamics: Located in Wisconsin, this site has great information about scoliosis physical therapy and what to look for even if you don’t live in Wisconsin.

Scoliosis Physiotherapy & Posture Centre: Located in Ottowa, Ontario, offers scoliosis physiotherapy (physical therapy).

Scoliosis Insights: Learn more about scoliosis from our experts and colleagues.

Scoliosis Gallery

 

Why Choose NEOPS?

NEOPS is proud to be a leading provider of scoliosis bracing in the United States. As a thought leader and innovator in the field, we are able to offer an unparalleled patient experience and superior outcomes compared to other leading providers. 

 

Treating scoliosis involves the coordinated care of a team of medical experts, and NEOPS is proud to partner with scoliosis specialists in the fields of orthopedics, physical therapy, 3D printing, and biomechanical engineering. 

 

At NEOPS, our clinicians have dedicated their careers to treating scoliosis. Unlike most scoliosis bracing providers who tend to only provide one type of scoliosis brace, NEOPS specializes in several 3-dimensional brace designs and brace designs with a history of proven clinical outcomes. For each patient, the best option will depend upon their skeletal maturity, curve magnitude, amount of rotation, and prescribed wearing schedule. With over 500 years of combined experience there’s nothing we haven’t seen and nothing we can’t do.  NEOPS Scoliosis Experts specialize in the following best-in-class scoliosis brace designs:

 

 

Our patients are the center of our universe, and our mission is to build strong and lasting relationships to help them set and achieve their goals. For our scoliosis patients, our goal is to provide an effective non-surgical treatment option by designing a functional brace they actually want to wear.

Modifying a 3D Eschen scoliosis brace
Wearing a 3D Eschen Scoliosis brace at the Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) in New York City (NYC)
Wearing a 3D Eschen Scoliosis brace at the Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) in New York City (NYC)

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Our Mission

Our mission is to maximize the quality of life of our patients and provide an unparalleled patient-centered experience by mobilizing world-class clinicians, healthcare administrators, and institutional partnership in delivering top-of-the-line prosthetic and orthotic services. Our clinicians and administrators have over 500 years of combined experience. Unlike most orthotic and prosthetic providers who are comprised of generalists, NEOPS is proud to have built a world-class team of specialists in the areas of: Prosthetics, Orthotics, Sports Bracing, Pediatrics and Scoliosis.

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