Making resolutions for the New Year is a time-honored tradition. According to a recent poll by the Marist College Institute for Public Opinion, five of the top six most popular resolutions for 2018 involved health.
Part 5 of 7: Being told you need to wear a brace can be overwhelming, but if you have the right information, it doesn't have to be. In this post, we focus on some myths that those new to bracing might hear.
Part 4 of 7: In this post, we examine myths we often hear from people and families who are living with scoliosis, and provide information to support a better understanding of scoliosis and scoliosis bracing.
Part 2 of 7: In this post, we tackle common myths we often hear from families who have questions about scoliosis treatment professionals, and provide information to support a better understanding of the specialized care scoliosis requires.
John Berteletti has been with Boston Orthotics & Prosthetics for more than 25 years, and has been called “the godfather of the Boston Brace 3D”—the latest evolution of the Boston Brace System, which is custom fabricated for each individual patient using a digital laser scan and precise measurements to create a 3D CAD/CAM model. In this Q&A, John discusses how he joined Boston O&P, his role in developing the Boston Brace 3D, and key advances in scoliosis care.