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SOSORT is an organization and stands for the International Society On Scoliosis Orthopaedic and Rehabilitation Treatment.


To advance the most appropriate care for people with scoliosis and spine structural changes with an emphasis on non-operative management


A world where multidisciplinary collaboration among people with scoliosis and spine structural changes, their families, healthcare professionals, and scientists, exist to ensure optimal outcomes.


  • Believes that prevention and conservative management can be effective, efficient, and valuable tools for the management of scoliosis and other spine structural changes.
  • Promotes an open forum for the exchange of knowledge and ideas in the field of conservative management of spine structural changes.
  • Stimulates research and clinical studies to determine the value and appropriate use of prevention, early detection, observation, and non-operative treatment of spine structural changes.
  • Disseminates evidence-based information and guidelines among the scientific community and the general population concerning the conservative management of spine structural changes.
  • Provides specific education and training to healthcare professionals in order to build a geographically- and professionally- diverse community of specialists to provide high-quality, non-operative patient care.
  • Our primary venue for education is the SOSORT Annual meeting which combines Scientific, Education and Consensus sessions.
  • Primary to our practice and educational goals is the production and continuous updating of a number of treatment guidelines and consensus papers (Example: 2016 SOSORT guidelines: Orthopaedic and rehabilitation treatment of idiopathic scoliosis during growth)


The information provided on SOSORT website is designed to support, not to replace, the relationship that exists between a patient/site visitor and their physician.

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