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Low Back Pain and Scoliosis

Is My Low Back Pain a Symptom of My Scoliosis? According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), low back pain is one of the most common reasons for a trip to the doctor. A quick search for “low back pain” on PubMed.gov yields 29,022

Posted in Adolescent Scoliosis, Adult Scoliosis, Scoliosis Research, Awareness & News

Scoliosis Treatment in Adults

Does your scoliosis leave you feeling hopeless? Do you feel like your curve’s slow but relentless progression is out of control? Do you worry about how your condition will progress and worsen over time? Countless adult scoliosis sufferers have experienced

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Posted in Adult Scoliosis, Non Surgical / Non Bracing Scoliosis Treatment

Degenerative Scoliosis: Lateral Listhesis, Spondylolisthesis, Retrolisthesis

As the Adult Scoliosis Spine Ages, The Spine and Its Supporting Ligaments Begin to Degenerate, Your Vertebrae begin to Shift to the Side…  This is Called a Lateral Listhesis.  Should you be Concerned About the Likelihood of Postural Collapse? Degenerative

Posted in Adult Scoliosis

Scoliosis Surgery Complications

Complication Rates for Adult Scoliosis Surgery Much of the research on scoliosis surgery in adolescents seeks to outline any risk factors that may result in failure. With Adult Scoliosis the goals of surgery become different: decompression of stenosis, restoring spinal

Posted in Adult Scoliosis, Scoliosis Research, Awareness & News, Scoliosis Surgery

Inversion Tables for Adult Scoliosis

Can Inversion Tables be used for Adult Scoliosis Treatment? Inversion therapy is often marketed as an alternative treatment for adult scoliosis. Inversion therapy involves being upside down or at an inverted angle to take gravitational pressure off the nerve roots

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Posted in Additional Info, Adult Scoliosis, Non Surgical / Non Bracing Scoliosis Treatment