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Can Chiropractic Treatment Help with Scoliosis?

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Chiropractic treatment cannot fix or reverse scoliosis, but routine adjustments can aid with overall posture, spinal alignment, decreased pain, and higher quality of life for the patient. For some patients with pain, relief can be found with a series of appointments and a regularly used brace.

With the spine being in an unnatural position, other pains in the body such as in the neck, hips, and shoulders can come about.

Chiropractic adjustments can help lead to decreased inflammation for strained muscles, relieving pain for the patient over time.

Chiropractic treatment for scoliosis pain management is not just a one time treatment. For long term results, the patient must see their chiropractor regularly to see great benefits from the treatment.

What Are Some Benefits of Chiropractic for Scoliosis?

Seeing your chiropractor is a safe way to provide you with scoliosis pain management. There may be the added benefits from the treatments that aid in some other conditions as well.

Other reasons to choose chiropractic treatment for scoliosis:

Other Related Conditions:

Scoliosis may also mean that you could suffer from neck, back, shoulder, or hip pains.


Non-Invasive Treatments

For some scoliosis patients, they may feel that surgery is the final option on the table after taking pain medication and not getting any relief. With chiropractic, there is no medication involved and is extremely cost efficient compared to very expensive and invasive surgeries.

With chiropractic care, you pain can be managed long term without the use of prescription medication or surgery.

What does chiropractic care look like for scoliosis patients?

Getting results in the form of pain relief related to scoliosis takes a series of appointments tailored to your needs based on your medical history. The next step is to get with your chiropractor and see what needs to be done next. Manipulation of the spine and neck to determine range of motion and where your pain points are may be involved.

Talking about your symptoms and how scoliosis affects your daily life is an important part of your treatment.

Once you've discussed your condition and goals and they have conducted a physical exam and reviewed your medical records, a treatment plan will be developed. This will determine the frequency of adjustments, and any exercises at home to be done between appointments.

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