Third case report: adolescent thoraco-lumbar scoliosis patient rapidly progressing still in treatment. On the left: posterior (first line), and sagittal (second line) aesthetics. On the right: the brace used, and the graph with obtained results. On the bottom line: all x-rays of this case report of a patient still in treatment. G.B. presented in september 2009, 10 years old, with a first x-ray showing a thoracic left, thoraco-lumbar right curve of 28°-24° (Risser 0): parents stated that they had seen their daugther worsening in the 15 days span between the x-ray and the medical evaluation. At first a SpineCor brace has been prescribed but the x-ray within brace showed such a bad situation (14°-30°) to suggest to re-evaluate a radiograph without the brace: scoliosis was rapidly worsening (26°-39°). We decided to move to a SPoRT brace and SEAS exercises (twice a week, 45' per session): Sibilla 23 hours per day. In 6 months, while growing 6 cm. (from 145 to 151), she corrected to 17°-18°, and in 6 more months wearing the brace 22 hurs per day, she arrived to 13°-14°, during an height increase of other 6 cm. (from 151 to 157). Now she continues to be Risser 0, and is wearing the brace 21 hours per day.