Tatum is a long time patient of Align Clinic and an active member of the Girl Scouts. Recently, Tatum took on the project of spreading awareness and information about scoliosis to her community and decided to expand the project to create a blog and informational website for anyone to access. For her work, she was awarded The Girl Scout Gold Award, the most prestigious award that can be given to Girl Scout Ambassadors by the Girl Scouts. Take a look at the site below for detailed descriptions of her experience and information about diagnoses and treatment.
Sydney and Toni
Sisters Sydney and Toni Loew are patients of Align Clinic in San Mateo, CA. After taking an entrepreneurial class in 7th grade they launched their own company, Poketti Plushies, in 2013. These Poketti Plushies with Pocket Powers are designed to inspire kids to take on new challenges, think of others and work hard to reach their goals. Each Poketti has a unique personality, ambitious life goal and a positive character trait expressed through stickers in the pocket and activities online. Take a look to see which Poketti inspires you. More at Poketti.com
Article: Ballerina’s Dazzling Photos Prove Her Scoliosis Is Just A Diagnosis
Mia is a talented and creative patient of ours who has a passion for videography. She has been kind enough to create the video below, detailing the process she went through to receive her third WCR Brace at Align Clinic. From casting to brace fabrication and fitting, Mia covers the creation of her latest scoliosis accessory. Afterwards she gives a short interview and discusses why the WCR brace was the right choice for her.
Scoliosis brace casting to fabrication and fitting (WCR brace treatment from a patient perspective)
Patient Olivia has a passion for dance and was recently asked to model for Dancewear Corner, a clothing company marketed towards dancers.
Our Furry Friends
Who says a brace can't be comfy?