In The News
The Academy Today | Case Series | January 2023
Our founder Megan had the opportunity to write an article about assessing in-brace x-rays titled "T1 Tilt: The Goldilocks of In-Brace X-Ray Assessment." When Megan is not working behind the scenes of scoliosis, she is working as a scoliosis bracing specialist at Align Clinic. She sees almost exclusively scoliosis and loves finding ways to improve outcomes. Read the article HERE.
Baylor College of Medicine | Blog Feature | March 2022
Our founder Megan had the honor of being interviewed for the BCM website about her work with Scolios-us. Through her BCM affiliation, she is beginning to combine her clinical love for scoliosis with the research side of it to better the lives of scoliosis patients across the globe. Read the article HERE.
SSOL Webinar | Scoliosis Awareness | June 2021
During Scoliosis Awareness Month, we want to raise awareness for scoliosis and support our scoliosis warriors. Supporting these kids needs to be relevant to them. This webinar is an absolute necessity if you are an MD, Physiotherapist, CPO or parent of a child with scoliosis, who wants to know the modern options available to support patients who need to wear a brace. Telling them to ‘just wear it’ is not enough!
The Scoliosis Experience Podcast | January 2021
"One of the hardest things for those diagnosed with scoliosis is being in a rigid scoliosis brace. Most of the time, they feel alone, like they are the only one with scoliosis. In this episode, Megan Glahn, who is a certified orthotist shares with us a way these kids can get connected with a mentor/friend who also has experience with bracing. Being connected with someone who knows what you are going through is very powerful."
SSOL Webinar | Scoliosis Awareness | June 2020
"Scoliosis Awareness and Support: How to Better Support Kids with Bracing presented by Megan Glahn and Lauren Higginson. We know that bracing compliance is one of the major factors that influences brace success in scoliosis conservative treatment. But getting a child or teen to wear their brace despite them knowing the consequences if they don’t, just isn’t that easy."
Geaux Girl Magazine | My Experience with Scoliosis | Fall/Winter 2019
ACPOC | New Investigator Award | May 2019
- 1st Place: Megan E. Glahn, MS, Addressing the Psychological Complexities of Scoliosis Bracing
- 2nd Place: Matt Brown, MD, Patient Reported Knee Function and Stability in Patients with Fibular Deficiency
- 2nd Place: Rochelle A. Dumm, MSPO, Investigating Cranial Skin Surface Thermal Variations of Infants Wearing Cranial Reshaping Helmet (CRH)