Spinal Orthotics


Whether you are planning spinal surgery, struggle with a back injury or need corrections for a spinal disorder like Scoliosis, custom-made and custom-fit spinal orthotics are available at Scheck & Siress.

Scheck & Siress is owned by practitioners who see patients in our offices around the Chicago area. That means that excellent patient care is a company priority. Please let us know how we can work together with you and your physician to find a solution to meet your needs.

Braces to Wear After Surgery

Thoracic Lumbar Sacral Orthosis TLSO


Thoracic-Lumbar-Sacral Orthosis
Used to stabilize the spine after surgery or for the healing of fractured vertebrae.

Semi Rigid TLSO back brace

Semi-rigid TLSO

Semi-rigid Thoracic-Lumbar-Sacral Orthosis
Provides less coverage than a molded TLSO, above, and might also be used after a spinal injury.

Semi-Rigid Lumbar Sacral Orthosis LSO

Semi-rigid LSO

Semi-rigid Lumbar-Sacral Orthosis
Shorter than a TLSO and starts below your ribs. Used after lower-back surgery or injury, it allows more flexibility.

Braces to Wear After Surgery

scoliosis TLSO brace


Thoracic-Lumbar-Sacral Orthosis
Many types of TLSOs are used to treat scoliosis. They are all custom-molded with padding to help prevent the scoliosis curve from getting worse over time.

orthotics spinal CTLSO brace


Cervical Thoracic Lumbar Sacral Orthosis
May be custom molded or custom fit to support weakened or damaged areas of the spine and to stabilize unwanted curves.

Scoliosis Braces

molded TLSO back brace

Molded LSOs and TLSOs

Restricts movement and reduces stress on the spine, offering semi-rigid support. These braces are custom fit to each patient by shaping plastic panels held in place by fabric straps.

cervical collar

Cervical Collar

Offers support and restriction to your normal movements if you have suffered a neck injury. Some collars also cover your chest and upper back for more stability.

neck stabilization halo


Offers the highest level of stabilization for the upper spine. Cranial pins attach a ring or “halo” to your head and metal supports connect that section to a molded brace on the upper back and chest.