Wave Health Care is now officially distributing the Cervision™ in New-Zealand

Posted on 11/28/16

We are proud to announce that Spinologics is now registered with the GMDN Agency in New-Zealand and Wave Healthcare is now designated as the official distributor of the Cervision™ in New-Zealand. wave-healthcare-logos

Spinologics is looking for a Senior Project Engineer

Posted on 11/28/16

Spinologics is looking for a Senior Project Engineer! Click here to see the job posted on LinkedIn!executive-recuiting

Stefan Parent

Posted on 09/22/16

Stefan Parent, M.D., Ph.D., President

Associate Professor, Department of Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, University of Montreal

Orthopedic surgeon, CHU Sainte-Justine University Hospital

Orthopedic surgeon, Hopital du Sacre-Cœur de Montreal

Hubert Labelle

Posted on 09/22/16

Hubert Labelle, M.D., Vice President

Full Professor, Department of Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, University of Montreal

Orthopedic surgeon, CHU Sainte-Justine University Hospital

Jean-Marc Mac-Thiong

Posted on 09/22/16

Jean-Marc Mac-Thiong, M.D., Ph.D., Chief Medical Officer

Associate Professor, Department of Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, University of Montreal

Orthopedic surgeon, Hopital du Sacre-Cœur de Montreal

Orthopedic surgeon, CHU Sainte-Justine University Hospital

See the Scolioscreen in action

Posted on 07/8/16

Louis-Philippe Caron

Posted on 08/28/15

Louis-Philippe Caron, Jr. Eng., Project Lead

Active member, Order of Engineers of Quebec

View Louis-Philippe Caron, Jr. Eng.'s profile on LinkedIn

The scolioscreen device scores highly in a critical review of scoliosis screening tools

Posted on 05/21/15

In a systematic review article which sought to evaluate the reliability and validity of postural asymmetry measurements in scoliotic patients, the Scolioscreen device showed strong levels of evidence. This supports the notion that the Scolioscreen device is an accurate tool to screen for spinal deformities. This review paper was published in the European Spine Journal. Read more….

Scolioscreen is a registered medical device

Posted on 05/20/15

The Scolioscreen device is a registered medical device which means that it is produced and validated under the highest quality control procedures which guarantees each device is accurate and allows you to measure the spinal deformity with confidence. You will find several published research articles that demonstrates the high level of evidence demonstrating the reliable performance of the Scolioscreen device.


Registered with the:
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the United States
CE mark for Europe

Another study published on Scolioscreen device

Posted on 04/8/15

A new article was published in the Scoliosis journal reporting the accuracy of the Scolioscreen device.  A study conducted at the University of Alberta used angle blocks to evaluate the accuracy and variability of the Scolioscreen device and found them relevant to measure the truck deformation on scoliotic patients. The Scolioscreen APP was employed for this study.   Read the full abstract which was presented at the 10th meeting of the International Research Society of Spinal Deformities (IRSSD 2014).