Abbott's method

Abbott's method

(ab′ŏts)
[Edville G. Abbott, U.S. orthopedic surgeon, 1871–1938]
A treatment for scoliosis that is no longer used, in which a series of plaster jackets were applied to straighten the spine.
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Each was widely translated, sold well around the world, and established Abbott's method, one that draws on both her historical training and her journalism apprenticeship.