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(08) 9388 9779

1025 Wellington Street, West Perth, 6005

Interface Orthotics - Main Heading Spina

At Interface Orthotics we have a strong history of providing spinal orthoses for the management of spinal fractures and scoliosis. The provision of these devices occurs both at the clinic in West Perth, and local hospitals where we provide services. 


About Scoliosis


Scoliosis is categorised as an excessive, progressive curvature of the spine – which can affect both children and adults. In children and adolescents scoliosis can be a more serious condition because it can rapidly progress as the individual grows.


The effects of scoliosis include: poor posture, shoulder humping, muscle weakness, and pain.However, if scoliosis is detected and treated early, patients may be able to reduce or avoid these symptoms in many cases.

Scoliosis Bracing


Since 2014 the team at Interface Orthotics have been able to provide effective, non-invasive treatments for scoliosis through our affiliation with ScoliCare. We aim to provide prompt, accessible and customisable bracing solutions for individuals with scoliosis and/or kyphosis, utilising the latest in 3D scanning, design and fabrication.

The result is a scoliosis brace designed to meet the specific needs of each individual, minimal wait between assessment and provision, with quick access to reviews and adjustments.


Interface Orthotics will work with you and the other members of your treatment team to co-manage your scoliosis conservatively, or liaise with specialists for case management.

If you are ready to book an assessment and treatment plan for scoliosis, you can book by calling (08) 9388 9779 or contacting us below.

Acute Spinal Orthoses


Spinal orthoses are used to stabilise the spine, prevent harmful movement and reduce pain. These are often prescribed after a trauma to the spine resulting in fracture vertebrae, but can be used at other times to reduce pain and movement. 


The team at Interface Orthotics work closely with the occupational therapy and physiotherapy teams at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital to help provide this orthotic care. 

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