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Scoliosis in Adults

Adult Scoliosis Patient Eliminates Pain & Improves Lung Function

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A testimonial from an adult scoliosis patient with a large curve after CLEAR scoliosis treatment method. This patient did not begin to experience pain until after menopause. After which time the pain become worse. She attempted to alleviate this pain through self-instructed yoga exercises, only to find her scoliosis had progressed. After using the CLEAR … Read more

Non-Surgical Scoliosis Treatment – The Strauss Method

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Welcome to Strauss Method Scoliosis Correction Center in Nanuet, NY. For over forty years, Dr. Andrew Strauss has relieved the pain and improved the quality of life for thousands of scoliosis patients who sought relief without surgery. The Strauss Method is a unique combination of the most advanced research-based scoliosis treatments (scoliosis exercises and stretches, … Read more

Can you Correct Adult Scoliosis?

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In this video, Dr. Strauss discusses the treatment options available for adult scoliosis, with a focus on exercise-based methods. Drawing on scientific research binders, he emphasizes the importance of managing patients’ expectations regarding the extent of correction possible, while highlighting the primary goals of treatment, such as controlling pain, preventing the progression of the curve, … Read more

Isometric & Stretching Exercises For Scoliosis

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Core Muscles provide spinal stability and most exercises do not work core muscles. Gyms do little for your core muscles as they tend to incorporate isotonic exercises, meaning exercises done with motion. Core muscles respond to isometric exercises or those done with little or no motion. These exercises for scoliosis have been proven to be … Read more

Can Scoliosis Be Treated In Adults?

When people think of scoliosis they think of children and teens with crooked backs. In reality, many adults suffer from scoliosis. The popular medical approach to scoliosis treatment is to “wait and see”—to monitor the curve to see if it’s at risk for progression. By these standards the curves that are treated are those that are deemed … Read more