Bracing and surgery are still working under the premise that scoliosis is primarily a spine problem......I think it is primarily a neurological problem with primary effects on the spine.
It is a big difference in thought pattern, which results in a big difference in how one approaches the problem, which makes a big difference in how one solves the problem.
Everyone wants to put the cart before the horse by jumping right into comparing results, when we should be comparing ideas, theories, and treatment applications based off them. Once the problem and processes are full vetted and agreed upon; THEN we can start comparing treatment outcomes. Measure twice and cut once.
We need to start re-thinking "the scoliosis problem" from the ground up and let go of the obselete/false thought paradigms of the past.
I'm not crazy.....just taking the path less travelled and I'm willing to bet that it will make all the difference.