About NYRC Brace™
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About NYRC Brace™

Learn about our history and work

Smart Brace for Scoliosis

Our company headquarters is located in New York and has multidisciplinary team of experts who have an extensive experience dealing with patients with scoliosis. These skilled professional experts have received extensive training around the world so that they best meet the needs of our patients.

The NYRC Brace™ is a highly customized brace manufactured with the most advanced CAD/CAM technologies that helps scoliosis patients in ways that other devices cannot. It has been developed to provide, for each case, the most reliable and effective results during the conservative treatment of idiopathic scoliosis.

Comprehensive Treatment Plan involving the orthopedic physician, the physical therapist, the orthotist, and the patient’s family.

Every NYRC braceTM is fabricated right here in the U.S.A. for each scoliosis patient we see. The NYRC BraceTM professional experts will not only fit and fabricate the device, but help develop a comprehensive treatment plan (CTP) for every patient in conjunction with their prescribing physician and other members of the multidisciplinary team who follow the patient in a clinical setting. Patient and family input are an essential element of the CTP.

The NYRC braceTM  CTP is patient-specific and will help each patient overcome her/his difficult scoliosis diagnosis by forging a path using both the device and rehabilitation exercises.

One of main goals of the NYRC BraceTM CTP is to help the patient to maintain comfortability while also maximizing safety. Patients with idiopathic scoliosis can rest easy knowing that the CTP is designed with ultimate safety in mind.

The device itself has been created with the original principles that Dr. Cheneau and Dr. Rigo developed several years ago and with the most recent scoliosis research about frontal and sagittal balance of the spine.