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Empowering Spines: The Transformative Influence of the Schroth Method on Scoliosis, presented by the SSOL Educators
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Date & Time

May 25, 2024

10:00 AM

Unlock the transformative potential of the Schroth Method across diverse age groups and curve types. Tailored for physical therapists and healthcare professionals, this dynamic approach offers multifaceted benefits. From pediatric to geriatric patients, the Schroth Method fosters improved posture, enhanced mobility, and reduced pain. Its versatility extends to varying curve types, including thoracic, lumbar, and double curves, providing tailored interventions for each unique case. Backed by robust research and clinical success stories, it empowers professionals to address scoliosis comprehensively, enhancing patient outcomes and quality of life. Embrace innovation and elevate your practice with the Schroth Method, revolutionizing spinal care across all demographics. SSOL Schroth is unique among schools that train and certify physical therapists utilizing the principles of the Schroth method. SSOL co-founders, Andrea Lebel and Hagit Berdishevsky, were personally mentored by Christa Lehnert-Schroth, who encouraged them to use her Schroth name to educate the world on the benefits of her profound method. Andrea and Hagit learned the best from these mentors and others, and drew from their own years of experience as dedicated clinicians and teachers, in order to create SSOL Schroth.
SSOL Schroth honors the original intentions and principles to create a single cohesive, accessible, effective and inspiring approach.
Each of our Educators are licensed Physical Therapists and leaders in the field of scoliosis and spinal pathology.
We invite you to learn more about our team as we present cases and welcome your questions. Webinar presenters: Hagit Berdishevsky, Andrea Lebel, Meredith Weiss, Lise Stolze, Monica Bialho Alves de Souza, Sonia Martinez, Cynthia Almonte

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