Scoliosis treatment that combines Schroth Method Scoliosis Exercises with Spine Cor dynamic tension scoliosis brace and more. Our comprehensive corrective movement scoliosis therapy programs get to the causes of scoliosis and provide help to correct scoliosis curvatures and relief you of your scoliosis symptoms. We treat both scoliosis in children and adults with scoliosis. We treat most types of spinal scoliosis – adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, levoscoliosis, thoracic scoliosis, lumbar scoliosis and adult scoliosis. While most types of physical therapy for scoliosis provide non-specific exercise for scoliosis our scientifically founded scoliosis exercise is specifically designed to straighten a crooked spine.
Established in 1994.
Spine Cor Providers of St. Petersburg is headed by Dr. Gary Deutchman and Dr. Marc Lamantia. They began treating Scoliosis patients in NYC office 14 years ago and has now brought his expertise to the St. Petersburg / Tampa area. In 2004, Dr. Deutchman began collaborating with Dr. Marc Lamantia who brought new procedures and expertise in neurologically based postural reeducation techniques to the program.
Dr. Marc Lamantia D.Business Owner
Dr. Marc Lamantia, M.S. D.C., DACNB is a board certified Chiropractic Neurologist and is currently pursuing his PhD in Neuropsychology Rehabilitation. Dr. Lamantia is a founding member of the research based Society of Spinal and Orthopedic Rehabilitation Treatment (SOSORT) as well as an adjunct faculty member at the New York Chiropractic College and Life College of Chiropractic West. Dr. Lamantia is licensed throughout the United States, and maintains 14 satellite offices where he personally sees patients. Dr. Lamantia is Schroth Certified for 3 dimensional scoliosis treatment. He has also published research to identify the effects of chronic spinal deformities on brain function, and heading the Science Advisory board for the Non-profit Scoliosis Care Foundation. His unique training and many years of clinical experience are invaluable in the management of both adolescent and adult scoliosis cases.