CLEAR is committed to helping people with scoliosis around the world by serving as a leader in chiropractic scoliosis treatment, raising education & awareness, and publishing scientific research. To fulfill our purpose, we need your help! Here are a few ways you can get involved and support CLEAR’s mission.
As a non-profit organization, the CLEAR Scoliosis Institute depends upon the support of people like you to help us achieve our goals. 100% of your donation is tax-deductible, and you are free to decide if you would like your donation to go towards any specific purpose, such as supporting new doctors in becoming certified so that more people suffering from scoliosis can receive CLEAR treatment, or helping us to publish more research on the CLEAR protocols.
Encourage your doctor to learn more about the CLEAR protocols
It makes sense for orthopedic surgeons and medical doctors to be skeptical about the chiropractic treatment of scoliosis. The scientific evidence available suggests that what most chiropractors do has little benefit in the management of scoliosis cases. The CLEAR Scoliosis Institute recognizes this fact, and we are committed to improving the quality of chiropractic scoliosis treatment and the level of evidence behind it. We recognize that bracing and surgery play important roles in helping people with scoliosis to live full and productive lives. Our goal is to provide more choices and more options for people who decide that they would like to do something besides watching & waiting, bracing, or surgery.
We are happy to share information about the CLEAR protocols with all of our colleagues in the healthcare industry, co-manage scoliosis patients with them, and participate in research endeavors together. The lecture portions (Parts 1 & 2) of the CLEAR Scoliosis Seminar Series, sponsored by Parker University of Dallas, Texas, are available online and may be taken by any healthcare professional.
Doctors of chiropractic who have attended the online seminar are then eligible to sign up for the hands-on workshop (Part 3), which is the first step in achieving CLEAR Certification. If you believe your chiropractor might be interested in learning more about how to help people with scoliosis, please encourage them to contact the CLEAR Scoliosis Institute for more information.
Raise awareness of scoliosis in your community
So far, the CLEAR Scoliosis Institute has sponsored walks, golf tournaments, marathons, free scoliosis screenings, women’s health events, and many other events, all aimed at raising awareness of scoliosis. Many people do not realize that scoliosis is the most common spinal deformity affecting our children, and the prevalence of scoliosis only increases with age. Yet many times, when most parents are told their son or daughter has scoliosis, it is the first time they may have heard of it. With your help, we can encourage and inspire people to be more aware of their posture and spinal health, and catch more cases of scoliosis early, when they are easier to manage and more likely to result in a successful long-term outcome, rather than a permanent disability or deformity.
CLEAR has created guides, documents, PowerPoints, and videos to help with scoliosis screenings, community events, and health fairs. Contact us today for more information on how CLEAR can support your efforts to raise scoliosis awareness in your community!
DC’s: Learn more about becoming CLEAR Certified
Do you have a scoliosis patient? Contact us to learn more about how CLEAR can support you to ensure the best possible long-term outcome for your patients with scoliosis. Our doctors have over 570 combined years of clinical experience in managing scoliosis and advanced spinal disorders. You are responsible for cases of scoliosis that get worse under your care. Do you know how to differentiate a low-risk case from a high-risk case? Don’t wait until it is too late – contact CLEAR today!
Click here to download a FREE set of notes from Dr. Josh Woggon’s presentation at Parker University, titled, “What Every Chiropractor Needs to Know about Scoliosis.”