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Physical Therapy for Scoliosis

Physical Therapy for Scoliosis Scoliosis is an abnormal side-to-side curvature in the spine. About 2-3% of the population under age 20 and as much as 60% of those over age 65 have scoliosis (about 6-9 million young people and 29

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Scoliosis Side Plank Exercise

Can Planking Cure Scoliosis? A 2 year old study has lead to some internet buzz about an “Ancient Therapy” that can improve your scoliosis. So what is this ancient therapy that holds the promise to at least alleviating your scoliosis?

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Non Invasive Scoliosis Treatment

Adolescent Idiopathic scoliosis (AIS) is named so because the cause of the scoliosis is unknown. Adolescent children (predominantly girls) begin life with straight spines and over a few months develop scoliotic spine with no changes in lifestyle, diet, and overall

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Isometric Scoliosis Exercises & Stretches

Specific Spinal Isometric Scoliosis Exercises & Stretches **WARNING** These videos are intended to be a supplemental resource for patients who have already been assessed and received assigned exercises to perform at the Hudson Valley Scoliosis Correction Center. Each patient is

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Exercise for Scoliosis – Types of Muscle

Exercise for Scoliosis Types of Muscle This is a technical article revealing a behind the scenes perspective on why specific types of exercise therapy is so effective in treating scoliosis. Skeletal muscle is a form of striated muscle tissue (a

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