Scoliosis: A Youthful Curve
Often known as the spine with a curvature, forming either a “C” or “S” shape. This typically affects children and young adolescents.
Symptoms of scoliosis
Shoulder height difference
Head not centered
Hip height difference
Uneven arms when hanging and standing straight
Forward bend shows “C” or “S” and differentiates in height
Types of scoliosis
- Congenital – Developed during pregnancy, bones grow abnormally, trauma during pregnancy
- Degenerative – Traumatic physical injury, weak or brittle bones
- Idiopathic – Hereditary or unknown
- Neuromuscular – Formation of muscle and nerves abnormal, suffer cerebral palsy or spinal bifida
Find relief with chiropractic care to reduce the pain, prevent further spinal pain significantly, prevent further spinal deterioration and improve the overall range of motion, by eliminating the stress on the nervous system, which improves the quality of life.
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