Second case report: adolescent thoraco-lumbar scoliosis patient still in treatment. On the left: posterior (first line), and sagittal (second line) aesthetics, and the brace in use (posterior - third line; lateral - fourth line) of all evaluations (apart the first visit) are reported from left (oldest) to right (last one). On the right, top-down, left-right direction: all x-rays of this case report of a patient still in treatment, and the graph with obtained results. C.S. has been evaluated the first time in July 2007, presenting with the first x-ray showing a thoraco-lumbar left scoliosis of 41° (Risser 1): fusion had been proposed but refused. She started treatment with the Sforzesco brace 23 hours per day and SEAS exercises 3 times a week (45' per session): after 6 months she was 28° (Risser 2). Treatment continued 6 months 22 hours per day, then with a 2 hours progressive weaning every 6 months. At the last x-rays after 2 years of treatment, performed after 8 hours without the brace, she was improved to 15° (Risser 3). Now she is wearing the brace 14 hours per day.