A 15-year-old male presents with complaints of back pains. The pain has been going on for a few years and is rated a 5/10. It is located midline in the mid thoracic region. He says the pain has been going on since his last growth spurt and is worse at night. He has difficulty standing in an upright position. Physical examination reveals a positive Adam’s bend test. Xray images were obtained, and the Cobb angle is measured to be 62 degrees. What is the next best step management of this patient?