About Adult Scoliosis
Scoliosis affects an estimated 6 million people in the United States. Each year, scoliosis patients make more than 600,000 visits to private physician offices.1 Adult scoliosis patients often suffer from poor posture, decreased mobility, shortness of breath and pain. These symptoms can limit activity which may significantly affect the quality of one’s life.2
Shortness of Breath
Pain Relief Solution
This award winning bracing concept from Aspen is the only orthoses specifically designed to relieve the pain of adult scoliosis. With this innovative bracing system, patients have experienced:
PATENTED, NEW TECHNOLOGY
SIGNIFICANT PAIN RELIEF
IMPROVED QUALITY OF LIFE
Hear What Patients are Saying
This has helped me do the day to day...Before the
brace, I had a hard time sustaining cooking at the
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Patient is very happy with the device. She has been able to go from 7am-10pm with minimal pain. This is something she has been unable to do for years.
Before I started wearing the brace, I was in excruciating pain. I wear it in the morning...and I’ll be good for the rest of the day
Within a few minutes after we put the Peak on, she was more upright and her pain had been greatly reduced. I have been impressed with the immediate impact it has had on my patients’ pain level.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, the brace can be worn under clothing, but a cotton undershirt next to the skin is recommended for enhanced comfort.
Can the Peak Scoliosis
Bracing System be
worn under clothing?
Medicare and most private insurance companies do offer coverage for this treatment option. Consult Medicare or
your insurance carrier to
Will my health insurance pay for the Peak Scoliosis
How do I find out if the Peak Scoliosis Bracing System is right for me?
Download a brochure here to bring to your doctor.
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1. "Information and Support." National Scoliosis Foundation, http://www.scoliosis.org/patient-support/
2. "Back Pain Facts and Statistics." American Chiropractic Association. https://www.acatoday.org/Patients/Health-Wellness-Information/Back-Pain-Facts-and-Statistics