Hello. Our department has started using a digital light scanner and the Rodin 4D software to replace some hand-casting and modifying procedures. We have started using the system to modify Rigo-Cheneau style TLSO’s for scoliosis. With the pandemic our training, I feel, has not been as thorough as it could have been. I’m struggling a bit to create the modifications with Rodin for this type of scoliosis brace. I know it involves much practice and everyone does things differently, but I’m wondering if anyone uses Rodin to modify Rigo-Cheneau style TLSO’s and if they would be willing to share knowledge or tips on how to get good outcomes. It would be nice if we could all learn from each other to improve patient care.
Rajiv Kalsi, C.O.(c)
Certified Orthotist, Prosthetics/Orthotics Service
Orthésiste Certifié, Service de prothèses et d’orthèses
The Ottawa Hospital Rehabilitation Centre
Centre de réadaptation de lHôpital dOttawa
505, ch. Smyth Road, Ottawa ON K1H 8M2