Get treatment for scoliosis that focuses on reducing your pain and spinal curvature, yet doesn’t require you to wear a rigid brace or go through invasive surgeries.
Do you or your child suffer from Scoliosis, or curved spine?
We know what it is like. Consistent back aches, shying away from the “regular” fitting clothes in fear of looking “different” from your friends, and not being able to stand, walk, exercise or even enjoy your weekend shopping for extended hours without the feeling of a sore back.
That is why since 2007, we have been focusing on helping Scoliosis sufferers like you to not only reduce your spinal curvature, but also help to reduce the pain, and return the functionality and flexibility your spine should rightly have.
Signs of Scoliosis and Risk of Curvature Progression
If you think you have a curved spine, or have been diagnosed with Scoliosis, it is important to seek the right treatment quickly. If not, your condition may be at risk of progression.
Look at yourself in the mirror, do you have any of these signs?
- Eye line or head appears tilted to one side
- Shoulders appear uneven
- Head and pelvis are not centered
- Hips appear twisted or uneven
- One side of rib cage appears to have a hump or raised area
- Clothing does not fit or hang right
These are the common visible signs in a person having scoliosis. Being aware of the early signs of scoliosis and taking the appropriate treatment will definitely help in preventing its progression.
In fact, if you or your loved one:
- Is a female
- Is between the ages of 8-14
- Have not had menses
- Have a thin or lanky body shape
Then you fall into the typical “early stage scoliosis” patient demographic. Even mild cases of early stage scoliosis (0-19 degrees) carry a significant risk of further curve progression (up to 22%). If your spinal curvature is more than 20 degrees, the risk of curve progression actually increases threefold.