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 relief from the pain, disability, fear, and poor self-image that often accompany scoliosis. You can be one of them.

You are about to learn about the solution for scoliosis in adults that you didn’t believe was possible. You can change the course of your scoliosis progression. You can do something to change your future. The power is in your hands.

Click video below for a detailed explanation of non surgical scoliosis treatment options for Adults

If you have questions, would like to discuss your case with Dr. Strauss or would like more information, please call (845) 624-0010 or email [email protected]

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4 comments on “Scoliosis Treatment in Adults
  1. Fernando R. MARTINEZ says:

    Do you accept ‘Blue Cross & Blue Shield’ or ‘Well Care’??

    • Hi Fernando,
      Please contact my office directly for an answer to your question.
      Due to the high variability of insurances… deductables, co-pays, co-insurances, in and out of network plans etc etc,
      it is not possible to give an accurate answer… hope you understand!
      all best,

      Dr Strauss

  2. Carolyn Meek says:

    I was diagnosed with scoliosis when I was a teenager. It never bothered me until I turned 30 when I noticed one side of my back protruding. Since then it has gotten progressively worse as I am almost 50. I am now beginning to experience some back pain. I would love some help!

    • Hi Carolyn,
      yes, very typical story for us here.
      The high majority of adolescents do not experience any pain, however, many adults with adolescent scoliosis do.
      I am almost done writing my book on “The Truth About Adult Scoliosis”. Expecting a publication date in a few months.
      Please contact my staff if you would like specific help with your scoliosis.
      Best wishes,
      Dr Strauss

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