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P-01 . Neurotransmitter patterns in patients with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis

Morningstar. Mark -Natural Wellness & Pain Relief Center

 

 


P-02. Replication Study of Estrogen Receptor 1 Xbal Polymorphism in AIS Caucasian Population

Janusz Piotr; Kotwicki, Tomasz; Andrusiewicz, Miroslaw; Kotwicka, Malgorzata -University of Medical Sciences, Poznan, Poland

 

 


P-03. Pathomechanism underlying the onset of scoliosis In a PNX broiler chicken model

Aota, Yoichi; Terayama,Hayato; Saito,Tomoyuki; ltoh,Masahiro Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Yokohama City University

 

 


P-04. Relationship between bone density and bone metabolism in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis.

Aota, Yoichi; Ishida, Ko; Tanabe, Nobuyuki; Saito, Tomoyuki Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Yokohama City University

 

 


P-O6. Is the screening able to lower morbidity in the territory?

Aulisa Angelo Gabriele; Guzzanti, Vincenzo; Falciglia, Francesco; Giordano, Marco; Peruzzi, Marco; Aulisa Lorenzo Orthopaedic Department, Children's Hospital Bambino Gesu, Institute of Scientific Research, P.zza S. Onofrio, 4-00165 Rome,Italy

 

 


P-07. Pes cavus and idiopathic scoliosis from school screening

Belabbassi, Hanene; Haddouche, Assia; Ouadah, Abdelkader; Kaced, Houria Physical Medecine and Rehabilitation Department, University Hospital of Douera, Algiers, Algeria.

 

 


P-09. Scoliosis and Sagittal Balance in Parkinson's Disease: analysis of correlations

Luciano Bissolotti; Massimiliano Gobbo; Fabio Zaina; Monia Lusini; Sabina Donzelli; Stefano Negrini -Rehabilitation Service, Casa di Cura Domus Salutis

 

 


P-11. A Preliminary Report on the Applying of the Schroth Method principle After Surgical fusion for Scoliosis in a 23-year-old Female with Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis: A Case Report

Berdishevsky Hagit Hospital for Special Surgery

 

P-12. The Effectiveness of the Schroth Method of Physical Therapy for Treating Scoliosis on an Adult with Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS) in an OutPatient Clinic in the United States with a Third Party Payer Constraints: A Case Report

Hagit Berdishevsky Hospital for Special Surgery

 

 


P·13. A Review ofthe Impact and Outcomes of the 2004 U.S. Preventive Services Task Force Recommendation Against Scoliosis Screening

O'Brien, Joseph; Chowanska, Joanna SMARTT Institute -National Scoliosis Foundation, Stoughton, MA, USA

 

 



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P-14. Surgical versus non-surgical interventions for Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis: A Cochrane Review Protocol

Bettany-Saltikov. Josette; Weiss Hans Rudolph, Chockalingam, Nachiappan, Taranu, Razvan, Srinivas, Shreya, Stapley, Sally, Hogg, Julie, Whittaker, Victoria, Kalyan, Raman Teesside University

 

 


P-15. Three curved thoracic left-scoliosis after tethered spinal cord surgery

Grabl, Petra; Lehnert-Schroth, Christa Degree Program Physiotherapy, FH JOANNEUM Graz, Austria

 

 


P-16. 2 year post-Menarche rule for bracing: myth or reality?

Negrini, Stefano; Donzelli, Sabrina; Lusini, Monia; Minnella, Salvatore; Zaina, Fabio -University of Brescia -IRCCS Don Gnocchi, Milan (Italy)

 

 


P-17_ Three dimensional reconstructions of Lenke 1A Curves

DECEUNINCK, Julie; BERNARD, Jean-Claude; BERTHONNAUD, Eric Croix Rouge française -CMCR des Massues, Lyon

 

 


P-18. Three-dimensional reconstructions of Lenke 5C Curves

DECEUNINCK, Julie; BERNARD, Jean-Claude; BERTHONNAUD, Eric Croix Rouge française -CMCR des Massues, Lyon

 

 


Invited Lecture: McCarthy Richard


 

P-20, Low reliability of the Risser sign in consecutive radiographs : a case series

Negrini, Stefano; Atanasio, Salvatore; Donzelli, Sabrina; Lusini, Monia; Minnelli, Salvatore; Negrini, Francesco; Zaina, Fabio
University of Brescia -IRCCS Don Gnocchi, Milan (Italy)

 


 

P-21. 'SpineCor' Apical Vertebral Rotation Measuring Tool

Murray, Alison; Cook, Tim -SpineCorporation Ltd

 


 

P-22. The comparison of the validity and reliability between digital radiographic imagine system and manual method in measuring the Cobb's angle

He, Xiaohua; Min, KyeongAh Jung, HanSuk Ham, JooHyun Ham Kim, SungEun Kim Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida

 

 


P-23. The position with fingers on clavicles has no influence on vertical trunk inclination and kyphosis but significantly changes surface topography lordosis angle

Glinkowski Wojciech; Czyiak, Izabela; Glinkowska, Boiena; Zukowska, Agnieszka; Jakub, Michorlski -Chair and Deparlment of Orlhopaedics and Traumatology of Locomotor System, Center of Excellence TeleOrto', Baby Jesus Clinical Hospital, Medical University of Warsaw. Poland

 

 


P-24. Correlation between Stereoradiography and 3D Topographic Measurements

Liu, XueCheng; Thometz, John; Marquez-Barrientos, Carlos; Tassone, Channing Dept. of Orlhopaedic Surgery, Medical College of WI

 

 


P-25. Clinical Application of 3D Topographic Device for Monitoring Scoliosis Progression

Thometz, John; Liu, XueCheng; Tassone, Channing; Lyon, Roger -Dept. of Orlhopaedic Surgery, Children's Hospital of WI. Medical College of WI

 

 


P-26. Merging 3D optical measurement system (structured light based surface topography) and digital radiograms -the technique and preliminary results

Glinkowski Wojciech; Pasko S/awomir; Walesiak Katarzyna; Sitnik Roberl; Gorecki Andrzej -Chair and Deparlment of Orlhopaedics and Traumatology of Locomotor System, Center of Excellence "TeleOrlo", Baby Jesus Clinical Hospital, Medical University of Warsaw, Poland

 

 


P-27. Assessment of torso deformities using 3D markerless asymmetry analysis and its clinical applications

Komeili, Amin; Westover, Lindsey; Parent, Eric; Moreau, Marc; EI-Rich, Marwan; Adeeb, Samer -University ofAlberla

 

 


P-28. The effect of a unilateral upper extremity load (backpack) on the resulting spinal posture

Knott, Patrick; Davis, Sarah; Harrison, Ashley; Larson, Carly Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science

 

 


P-29. Evidence-based clinical tool for quantitative analysis of posture In children and adolescents with idiopathic scoliosis

Fortin, Carole; Feldman Ehrmann, Debbie; Cheriet, Farida; Labelle, Hubert Centre de recherche, CHU Sainte-Justine, Montreal, Quebec, Canada; Ecole de readaptation, Faculte de medicine, Universite de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

 

 


P-30. The Formetric TRACER Index: a valid measure of aesthetic deformity in Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis

Negrini, Francesco; Zaina, Fabio; Negrini, Stefano Universita Vita-Salute San Raffaele, Milan

 


 

P-31. SAGITTAL BALANCE IN THE CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT OF PATHOLOGICAL KYPHOSIS: A RETROSPECTIVE OBSERVATIONAL STUDY

Minnella Salvatore; Donzelli Sabrina, Lusini Monia, Zaina Fabio, Romano Michele, Negrini Alessandra, Negrini Stefano ISICO

 

 


P-32. A Coronal decompensation of the trunk by means of a set of show lifts Coronal decompensation of the trunk by means of a set of shoe lifts

Michele Romano, Deborah Luzzi, Alessandra Negrini, Stefano Negrini

 

 


P-33. Introduction of a novel optical measurement system for dynamic spinal curvature analysis

Betsch, Marcel; Rapp, Walter· Oregon Health &Science University

 


 

P-34. Dynamic SST for monitoring position and changes in kyphosis/lordosis angles

Diers, Helmut; Diers, Ghristian; Fir/e, Evelyn; Mooshake, Sven; Basic, Amira; Kleist, Marco; Heitmann, Kjell DIERS International GmbH

 

 


P-35. Determination of reference values for dynamic spinal parameters using video rasterstereography

Marshall, Robert Percy; Gatala-Lehnen, Philip University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf, Department of Sports-Medicine, Germany

 

 


 

P-36. Abnormal Skeletal Growth Patterns in Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis

Kaced, Houria; Belabbassi Hanene, Haddouche Assia Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department of University Hospital of Douera.Algiers. Algeria

 


P-37. The usefulness of bioelectrical body composition analysis (SIA) in the proper assessment of nutritional status in children and adolescents with idiopathic scoliosis (IS)

Durmala, Jacek; Matusik, Edyta 1, Durmala, Jacek 1, Matusik, Pawel2, Wadolowski, Karol 1 1 Department ofRehabilitation, Medical University of Silesia, Katowice, Poland -2Department of Pediatrics, Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes, Medical University of Silesia, Katowice, Poland

 


P-38. Ultrasound Image Measurements of Erector Spinae Muscle Thickness at 4 Spinal Levels in Adolescents with Idiopathic Scoliosis: Reliability and Concave-Convex Comparison

Richter, Alan; Parent, Eric C.; Kawchuk, Gregory; Moreau, Marc; Hedden, Douglas; Lou, Edmond -University ofAlberta

 


P-39. Habitual, Perceived Ideal and Neutral sitting postures within an asymptomatic young adult population: Muscle activity and sagittal spinal curvature.

Mabb, Steven; Bettany-Saltikov. Josette; Hodgson, David Teesside University

 

 


P-40. Determination of the amount of leg length inequality that induces scoliotic spinal posture changes in healthy subjects using video rasterstereography

Betsch, Marcel; Wild, Michael-Oregon Health & Science University

 


P-41. Examination of the Breast Asymmetry Associated with Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis Using Surface Topography Methods

Alexandra Trovato 1, Amin Komeifi1, Lindsey Westover2, Eric Parenf3, Marc . Moreatt', SamerAdeeb1, Esteban Sepulveda1,5 1-Deparlment of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University ofAlberla, Edmonton, Alberla, 2-Deparlment of Mechanical Engineering, University of Alberla, Edmonton, Alberla, 3-Deparlment of Physical Therapy, University of Alberla, Edmonton, Alberla, 4-Deparlment of Surgery, University ofAlberla, Edmonton, Alberla, 5-Facultad de Minas, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

 


P-42. Which is the most prominent spinous process in the cervico-thoracic spinal junction? A radiological study in a Mediterranean population sample

GRIVAS, Theodoros /3.; TSILIMIDOS G; VERRAS C; BOTSIOS K; CHATZISAROGLOU M Department of Trauma and Orthopaedics, "Tzaneio' General Hospital, Tzani and Afendouli 1st, Pitaeus 18536, Greece

 


P-43. Diagnosis and treatment of leg length discrepancy in scoliosis

Landauer Franz
Univ. Clinic of Orthopedics (PMU)

 

 


P-44. Psychological aspects of bracing in scoliosis in relation to age and duration of brace-wear

Byskosh, Nina Patient and Poster Presentation 2012 SOSORT Conference

 


P-45. Web based survey usefullness for studying the influence of school bags and backpacks on back and neck pain in children and adolescents -pilot study in a medium size town

Glinkowski Wojciech; Czyiak, Izabela; Glinkowska, Boiena; Zukowska, Agnieszka Chair and Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology of Locomotor System, Center of Excellence 'TeleOrto~ Baby Jesus Clinical Hospital, Medical University of Warsaw, Poland

 

 


 

P-46. The Effects of a Six-month Schroth Intervention for Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS) : Preliminary Analysis of an Ongoing Randomized Controlled Trial

Schreiber, Sanja; Parent, Eric C.; Hedden, Douglas M.; Moreau, Marc; Hill, Douglas; Watkins, Elise M. University ofAlberta, Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine

 

 


P-47. The Effect of a Six-Month Schroth Exercise Program: A pilot study using subjects as their own controls.

Parent, Eric; Parent, Eric C.; Schreiber, Sanja; Hedden, Douglas; Moreau, Marc; Hill, Douglas; Watkins, Elise University ofAlberta

 

 


P-48. Long term-results with GAME-BASED PHYSIOTHERAPY according to Schroth in children with Juvenile Idiopathic Scoliosis (JIS)

Grabl Petra; Saraph Vinay Degree Program Physiotherapy, FH JOANNEUM Graz,Austria, LKH Univ.Klinikum Graz,Austria

 

 


P-49. Preliminary result of 4 years of Conservative management Juvenile Idiopathic Scoliosis, case report

Lebel Andrea Ottawa &District Physiotherapy Clinic

 

  


P-50. Brace treatment in juvenile idiopathic scoliosis: A prospective study with outcomes in agreement with SRS committee on bracing and nonoperative management standardization criteria.

Aulisa Angelo Gabriele; Guzzanli, Vincenzo; Falciglia, Francesco; Marzetti, Emanuele; Peruzzi, Marco; Aulisa Lorenzo Orthopaedic Department, Children's Hospital Bambino Gesu, Institute of Scientific Research, Pzza S. Onofrio, 4 -00165 Rome, Italy

 

 


P-51. A novel spinal brace in management of scoliosis due to cerebral palsy. Radiological and subjective clinical results after at least one year of treatment.

Kajiura, Ichiro; Moriguchi, Yu; Matsui, Yoshihiro; Morimoto, Tokimitsu; Matsuo, Yohei; Iwasaki, Motoki; Suzuki, Tsunehiko Osaka Developmental Rehabilitation Center Minami Osaka Hospital for Handicapped Children

 

 


P-52. Prospective study of 393 adolescent thoracic Hyperkyphosis treated by the Lyon method.

de Mauroy Jean Claude; Fort Didier -Clinique du Parc, Lyon -France

 

 


P-53. Outcomes of Brace Treatment for Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis -Factors Affecting the Results of the Treatment-

Toru Maruyama; Yusuke Nakao, Yosuke Kobayashi, Makoto Miura Saitama Medical Center, Saitama Medical University

 

  


P-54. Comparison of in-brace correction between a tlso using a floating pad with adjustable straps and a standard anterior open tlso with no window openings for the treatment of congenital and infantile scoliosis: A case series

Speers, David; Fisher, Katie Scheck and Siress Orlhotics and Prosthetics, Chicago, IL, USA

 

 


P-55. A Long Lever Spinal Orthosis for Idiopathic Scoliosis: Corrective Potential in 10 Patients

Dovorany, Brian; Morningstar, Mark Spine &Posture Center

 

 


P-56. Assessment of early rib hump deformity correction in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis treated with a dynamic derotatlon brace using the double rib contour sign

GRIVAS, Theodoros B.; TRIANTAFYLLOPOULOS, Georgios; MAlIOT/, Christina -Scoliosis Clinic of the Department of Trauma and Orthopaedics

 

 


P-57. Not only being compliant, but also being constant in brace wearing improves short term results: a prospective Thermobrace study

Donzelli, Sabrina; Lusini, Mania; Minnella, Salvatore; laina, Fabio; Negrini, Stefano ISICO Italian Scientific Spine Institute

 

 


P-58. SpineCor vs rigid brace for Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis: end of growth results from a retrospective controlled study

Laina, Fabio; Digiacomo, Fabio; Donzelli, Sabrina; Romano, Michele; Negrini, Alessandra; Lusini, Mania; Minnella, Salvatore; Negrini, Stefano IS/CO -Milan -Italy

 

 


P-59. A retrospective controlled study comparing Spinecor vs exercises for Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis

Zaina Fabio; Digiacomo Fabio, Zaina Fabio, Romano Michele, Negrini Alessandra, Oonzelii Sabrina, Lusini Monia, Minnel/a Salvatore, Negrini Stefano -ISICO -Milan -Italy

 

 


P-60. Exercise efficiency of adolescents with idiopathic scoliosis in and without Cheneau brace

Durmala, Jacek; Pajak, Joanna Department of Rehabilitation, Medical University of Silesia, Poland

 

 


P-61. Effectiveness of the Sforzesco brace according to the SRS and SOSORT criteria for bracing studies

Lusini, Monia; Donzel/i, Sabrina; Minnel/a, Salvatore; Zaina, Fabio; Negrini, Stefano -ISICO (Italian Scientific Spine Institute)

 

 


P-62. A prospective study In adolescent idiopathic scoliosis affected by thoraco-Iumbar and lumbar curves in treatment with a progressive action short brace (PASS): assessment of results according to the SRS committee on bracing and nonoperative management standardization criteria.

Aulisa Angelo Gabriele; Guzzanti, Vincenzo; Giordano, Marco; Mastantuoni, Giuseppe; Peruzzi, Marco; Aulisa, Lorenzo Orthopaedic Department, Children's Hospital Bambino Gesu, Institute of Scientific Research, P.zza S. Onofrio, 4-00165 Rome, Itlaly

 

 


P-63. Overweight is not predictive of reduced effectiveness of orthosis treatment in Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis: results from a retrospective cohort

Zaina, Fabio; Donzelli, Sabrina; Lusini, Monia; Minnella, Salvatore; Vismara, Luca; Capodaglio, Paolo; Negrini, Stefano ISICO -Milan -Itlaly

 

  


CONSENSUS SESSION

Joseph O'Brien and Stefano Négrini