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Effect of Bracing Versus No Bracing in Stable Thoracolumbar Compression and Burst Fractures

Spinal orthoses have been used in the treatment of non-operative thoracic and lumbar fractures with much success. However, there has been increasing questioning as to wether or not the orthotics are necessary to have a good overall outcome. Being fitted for and acquiring braces are associated with great expense and increased hospital stays. The purpose of this study is to determine wether or not braces are required for good outcome post thoracic or lumbar fracture.


Efficacy of Scoliosis Specific Exercise in Patients With Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis During Bracing

The purpose of this study is to examine the effectiveness of Schroth scoliosis-specific exercises (SSE) on patients with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS) during bracing. The goal is to determine if Schroth SSE combined with bracing can is superior in controlling curve progression when compared with bracing alone. Curve progression is defined as worsening of coronal Cobb angle of 6 degrees or more.

Bracing in Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis Trial (BrAIST)

Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS) is a structural curve of the spine with no clear underlying cause. Bracing is currently the standard of care for preventing curve progression and treating AIS. However, the effectiveness of bracing remains unclear. The purpose of this study is to compare the risk of curve progression in adolescents with AIS who wear a brace versus those who do not and to determine whether there are reliable factors that can predict the usefulness of bracing...


The Use of Botulinum Toxin A Injections As An Adjunct to Bracing to Treat Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis

This study evaluates the combined effect of botulinum toxin A and bracing in children with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. Two thirds of patients will be treated with botulinum toxin A and bracing, while the remaining patients will be treated with placebo and bracing.

Postoperative Bracing Patterns After Lumbar Surgery

A variety of postoperative bracing are routinely applied after spinal procedures but there are limited data regarding their efficacy, especially with the increasing use of internal fixation.Currently, no data are available regarding the use of postoperative braces in Belgium. Bracing is sometimes considered after lumbar surgery for degenerative conditions. All neurosurgeons and orthopedical surgeons in Belgium will be questioned to assess the patterns of postoperative bracing u...

Effects of Unloader Bracing in Clinical Outcome and Cartilage Physiology Following Microfracture of Chondral Defects

The study will examine clinical and radiographic outcomes of microfracture surgery (a common technique to address isolated areas of cartilage loss) in the knee used with or without unloader bracing. Randomly selected patients will wear an unloader brace, which is designed to take pressure off the area of the knee which underwent repair, for several weeks after surgery. Our hypothesis is that bracing may improve clinical and or radiographic outcomes. The surgery perfor...

Three-dimensional Effects of Bracing in Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis

This study intends to investigate the three dimensional (3D) effect of bracing on the adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS). In particular, it will look at the relationship between frontal deformity correction and changes in the sagittal profile and apical vertebral rotation (AVR) during bracing. The investigators hypothesise that if the thoracic frontal deformity can be controlled with bracing, there will be spontaneous correction of the sagittal plane and rotation deformity t...

Utility of Postoperative Bracing: A Single-institution, Randomized-control Trial Comparing Brace to No-brace for Patients Undergoing Long-segment Fusion for Spinal Deformity

The study is being done to assess if the use of bracing helps improve quality of life of patients that are undergoing a spinal fusion for deformity. If the participant agrees to be in this trial they will be randomly assigned (like the flip of a coin) to receive either brace treatment or non-brace treatment. Regardless of what treatment group the participants are in, they will undergo surgery as planned. After surgery, patients in both groups will be treated per standard of c...

Thoracolumbar Burstfractures, Orthesis or No Orthesis

Rationale: Thoracolumbar burst fractures are frequently seen in the trauma population, they have a large impact on patient's wellbeing and are a large economic burden to society. Thoracolumbar burst fractures might not need the standard care of brace immobilization for adequate treatment and a functional treatment might lead to same or better functional outcomes. Besides that, with functional outcome length of hospital stay might decrease and it might also be cost effective com...

The Collar Post Anterior Cervical Spine Surgery Study

The Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion (ACDF) represents one of the most commonly performed spinal operations internationally, often in the context of symptomatic radiculopathy or myelopathy secondary to cervical degenerative disease. Approximately half of surgeons continue to prescribe a period of post-operative bracing with a cervical collar. However, there is currently no high quality evidence available to support the routine use of post-operative bracing after ACDF; fu...

Customized Orthosis for Children With Clubfoot

This study will examine the use of a novel customized Ankle Foot Orthosis (AFO), created using 3D scanning, with children being treated for clubfoot. The AFO is inserted in the standard Mitchell shoe during bracing, following Ponseti casting. The investigators hypothesize that following Ponseti casting, the implementation of customized AFOs with Ponseti bracing will improve patient compliance and functional outcomes as well as lead to fewer relapses in comparison to the standar...

Evaluation of the Providence Nighttime Brace for the Treatment of Adolescence Idiopathic Scoliosis

A multicenter, prospective, non-randomized, single-arm observational study evaluating the Providence nighttime bracing system in patients diagnosed with adolescence idiopathic scoliosis.

Is Postoperative Bracing Necessary After Spine Surgery for Degenerative Conditions

This study was started from Oct. 2015. This study aimed to evaluate the outcome of bracing following transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion (TLIF) in patients with degenerative lumbar spine diseases.

Femur Fracture: Functional Bracing vs. Hip Spica Cast

Spica casting is the current standard of care when treating pediatric diaphyseal femur fractures in the 0-5 year age group. A study conducted by Kramer et al. suggests there are both clinical and financial benefits of functional bracing when compared to spica casting. To this date there have been no prospective trials to evaluate these two treatment options. The investigators plan to conduct a multi-center randomized-control trial that will compare the subjective, objective and...

The Effect Spinal Bracing System on Gait in Adult Scoliosis Patients

Degenerative adult scoliosis (ADS) results from age related changes leading to segmental instability, deformity and stenosis. Patients with scoliosis demonstrate an altered gait pattern.Furthermore, scoliosis patients exert 30% more physical effort than healthy subjects to ensure habitual locomotion, and this additional effort requires a reciprocal increase of oxygen consumption. Bracing has been found to reduce pain within a short time in ADS patients. A new brace has recently...

Bracing During Infantile Scoliosis: Airways Study

Idiopathic juvenile thoracic scoliosis is a tridimensional deformation of the spine which may impact on the intrathoracic organs. Bracing is one of the oldest treatments of spinal deformities. It relies on the indirect manipulation of spinal curvatures in order to prevent curve progression, which may affect respiratory function. The acoustic reflection method is based on the analysis of the reflection of a single transient planar wave giving the longitudinal cross-sectional ar...

Economic and Functional Impact of Peri-Operative Bracing for Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty (TKA)

While bracing has been shown to be beneficial for patients with osteoarthritis (OA) in terms of function and strength, whether these unloader braces are also similarly beneficial after total knee arthroplasty (TKA) surgery needs to be examined. Therefore the investigators questioned whether wearing a brace that has previously been shown to increase strength and function in OA patients can also increase strength and function in patients after TKA.

Bracing for Patellofemoral Osteoarthritis

BACKGROUND: Despite the prevalence of patellofemoral ostearthritis (OA), this joint has received relatively little attention in the OA literature and there are few treatment options for individuals with patellofemoral OA. Patellar misalignment is associated with radiographic progression patellofemoral OA and symptoms and in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), to cartilage loss measurements and bone marrow lesions. The hypothesis is that the correction of the patella disorder usin...

Quality of Life (HRQoL) of AIS Patients Who Require Bracing or Surgery Using SRS-22 Questionnaire

Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS) is an unexpected curvature of spine at teenage. AIS causes mainly unpleasant appearance, and sometime comes with pain and difficult to locate or move around. When the spinal curve, or "Cobb angle", increases with time, the investigators call it severe condition when the Cobb angle is 60 degrees or above. The severe suffering patients need to be operated to correct their spinal curve by using metallic rods and metallic screws (implants) to f...

Bracing for Walking in Parkinson's Disease

Parkinson disease (PD) is a progressive neurological disease that results in characteristic gait dysfunction. Gait problems include decreased velocity, decreased stride length, difficulty with initiation of gait, postural stability problems and alteration in joint kinematics.1 In this typically older patient population, these gait deviations affect their participation in household and community activities. The standard of care is currently focused on therapeutic exercise and cu...

inStability Treated With Ligament RecOnstruction Augmented With iNternal bracinG

This study evaluates the effect of internal bracing in lateral ligament ankle surgery. Half of the patients will receive the standard Brostrom-Gould reconstruction followed by a standard revalidation protocol including 6 weeks of immobilisation, while the other half of the patients will receive the same operation augmented with internal brace followed by an accelerated rehabilitation protocol.

LIBRE (Ligamys, Internal Bracing, REconstruction) Study: Comparing Three Surgery Techniques After an Acute ACL Rupture.

Single-blind, multi-centre, prospective, randomized controlled trial comparing Ligamys Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) repair, Internal Bracing ACL repair and conventional ACL reconstruction for relative clinical efficacy and economic benefit. Patients with a primary proximal acute ACL rupture will be included in either study 1 (0-4 weeks post rupture) or study 2 (5-12 weeks post rupture) of the LIBRE study.

Randomized, Controlled Trial of Posterior C1-2 Fusion Versus Bracing Alone for Treatment of Type II Odontoid Process Fractures in the Elderly

This prospective study addresses one of the most controversial topics in the treatment of cervical spine trauma: the management of type II odontoid process fractures in the elderly. It is the hypothesis that surgical treatment will result in improved functional outcome measures, neck pain and mortality rates as compared with nonsurgical management. Furthermore, it is hypothesized that surgical treatment of odontoid process fractures will limit hospital re-admissions and develop...

Efficacy of Posterior Short-segment Pedicle Instrumentation Associated With Fracture Level Screws for Thoracolumbar Burst Fractures, Does the Order of Pedicle Screws Placement at Injured Level Affect?——a Study Protocol of Randomised Controlled Trial

Controversies persist for the best treatment of burst fractures of the thoracolumbar spine. Posterior fixation alone may be adequate to achieve and maintain burst fractured reduction. Adding screws in fractured segment has been proved in many literature that can improve construct stiffness; however, no previous reports exist describing the different efficacy between diverse order of adding screw placement in fractured vertebrae.

The Early Impact of Postoperative Bracing on Pain and Quality of Life Following Posterior Instrumented Fusion for Lumbar Degenerative Conditions

Braces are commonly prescribed after posterior spinal instrumented fusion (PSIF) in patients with lumbar degenerative conditions with the aim of improving pain relief and quality of life. However, there is a lack of evidence on the indication for postoperative bracing, as surgeons choose to use braces mainly based on their experience and training. The aim of this study is to investigate whether wearing a brace after PSIF can improve pain relief and quality of life (QOL) 6 week...


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