If scoliosis is detected early enough there is greater scope for treatment

What is scoliosis?

How to check your child for scoliosis

Online screening

Ballet dancers are up to 13 times more likely to develop scoliosis

Enquire now

About Scoliosis and Kyphosis

Scoliosis is a progressive lateral (sideways) curvature of the spine. It is most often first detected in childhood or early adolescence. The most common type of scoliosis is called “Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis”
Kyphosis is the term used to describe the front to back curve of the spine which causes a "hunching"/forward bending.
Find out More

See all Services

Adolescent scoliosis

Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis is a 3D deformity of the spine causing sideways bending and rotation of the spine. It is often detected in early adolescence as the child starts their major growth spurt. (From around 10 years old). It occurs in approximately 3 percent of the general population and is more common in girls. The term “idiopathic” means that no one specific cause has been identified, although there are many theories as to why the spine starts to bend and deform.

Find out More

Take the online screening test

Adult scoliosis

When a scoliosis is diagnosed in adults, it is either a result of a childhood scoliosis which has only been detected in adulthood, or the result of spinal degeneration, trauma or disease. Adult scoliosis in older patients is often associated with complaints of back pain.

Find out More

Scoliosis Treatments

We provide a range of treatments from customised 3D bracing to scoliosis specific exercises:

1. Scoliosis assessments
2. Bracing
3. Scoliosis Specific Exercises


About Us

Gold Coast Scoliosis Clinic was established in 2017 after identifying the need for a clinic on the Gold Coast dedicated to the non-surgical management of scoliosis. Our aim is to provide you with a single location to cater for all your scoliosis needs in a warm and caring environment. We are able to assist you throughout all stages of your scoliosis journey, from scoliosis screenings and detection, to scoliosis assessment and x-ray reviews, to specific scoliosis exercise programs and chiropractic care, and in some cases Scoliosis bracing if indicated.

We are a ScoliCare affiliate clinic and work closely with the Sydney Scoliosis Clinic, the leaders in non-surgical scoliosis treatment and management. We pride ourselves on providing the latest 3D technology in scoliosis scanning and bracing whilst following the internationally recognised Society on Scoliosis Orthopaedic and Rehabilitation Treatment (SOSORT) guidelines for the conservative management of scoliosis.

We provide you with all the information and support that you require to make your journey as stress free and enjoyable as possible.

Give us a call and let us answer your questions for you.

Ask a Question

Our Advantages

A comprehensive approach to your scoliosis needs from screenings and detection to exercises to bracing. Our approach is in line with the SOSORT guidelines and is evidence based.

What to expect

A warm and caring environment putting you at ease throughout the process. No harsh hospital environments.

Business notes

Experienced practitioners who are dedicated to educating you about your scoliosis options. We will work closely with you and your therapist (medical doctor/physiotherapist/chiropractor) for the best results. If necessary we will provide you with a referral to a scoliosis surgeon if we can’t help you.

State of the art 3D full body laser scanning combined with photographs and computer aided design allows the Scolicare team to design and build individual custom braces specific to each patient for the best outcomes.

Learn more about Bracing

Meet the Team

Dr Michael Rees

Dr Michael Rees

Dr Michael Rees is a trained and registered chiropractor with a special interest in the non-surgical management of scoliosis.

He holds a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree and has been in private practice since 1994. He has received advanced training and certification in ScoliBrace bracing protocols and is SEAS (Scientific Exercise Approach to Scoliosis) trained.

Dr Jeanine Rees

Dr Jeanine Rees

Chiropractor and Accredited SEAS practitioner

Dr Jeanine Rees is a trained and registered chiropractor who holds a Doctor of Chiropractic degree. She has been in private practice since 1995 and has a special interest in the conservative management of scoliosis. She has received training and advanced accreditation in the SEAS (Scientific Exercise Approach to Scoliosis) method.

Bianca McMahon

Bianca McMahon

Clinical Myotherapist

Bianca holds a Bachelor's degree in Myotherapy and a Diploma of Remedial Massage. This targeted form of therapy involves the treatment of muscle, joint and nerve related pain and associated conditions. In particular, Bianca has a special interest in helping scoliosis patients reduce their pain, restore function and achieve their corrective rehabilitation goals.

Jill Anderson

Jill Anderson

Clinic receptionist and the friendly face of Gold Coast Scoliosis Clinic

Jill is our clinic receptionist and the friendly face of Gold Coast Scoliosis Clinic. She will ensure that your visit to the clinic is a welcoming and comfortable experience.

The Gold Coast Scoliosis Clinic team will happily assist you and your family with any of your enquiries. Give us a call today on 07-5500 6311

Early and accurate detection leads to the most appropriate treatment and the best outcomes.

Latest News and Research

Find out the latest news about our Gold Coast Scoliosis Clinic and information about all your health related needs.

We are always happy to hear what you have to say.

Read all News