What’s the best therapy for scoliosis? Does chiropractic helps?

I am 33 years old and my doctor says that my backcbone curves to 30 degrees. I was advised to have an operation to implant some kind of supporter to prevent my backbone curving more or undergo a Documentation Based Care therapy from Finland, but I also heard claims about chiropractic therapy for scoliosis, others say Pilates or Yoga are also good. Please give me some input, my back pain is killing me

4 thoughts on “What’s the best therapy for scoliosis? Does chiropractic helps?

  1. I must first say that I do not have scoliosis myself, however I have a friend at the gym which does, and you can barely tell. Hes secrets is strong Abs. He probably has the tightest Abs in the whole gym, and by having strong ab this muscles help keep your spine with the right curvature on your spine.

    good luck.

  2. For symptomatic relief from scoliosis pain, chiropractic is by far the best nonsurgical option. The caveat is that you need to find the right provider though. You’ll find that most scoliosis patients who’ve tried chiropractic will agree with this…

    30 degrees not even close to being surgical case especially at your age…I think surgery is just not an ideal option for you…of course I don’t know how severe your symptoms are..so I’m just basing my opinion on the number you’ve given and how patients in that general group are…

    Now if you’d like something more aggressive..a device that can give support and stability thereby decreasing symptoms…there are devices out there that can help you…
    it’s called Spinecor and it is unlike regular brace as under clothing it is unnoticeable and you can move freely as if you weren’t wearing the brace…

    Check out http://www.myscoliosis.net

  3. Operation for scoliosis should be performed only when the health and vital organs are compromise. (heart / lungs) 30 degree of scoliosis is no that high to consider an operation. Chiropractic will help you releasing the pain of the muscle spasm created by the scoliosis. Exercise Yoga, Pilate’s, abdominal exercises will help you with your problem. If I were you I will try any non-operative procedures before a Metal Rod and screws in your spine. After the metal rod is in the doctors can’ t take it out. Good luck to you.

  4. Chiropractic can certainly help. First it is imperative that you understand the objective of chiropractic care. The objective is to remove interference, or lack of communication within your nervous system. Your nervous system is the communication system within your body. It supplies your heart, lungs, diaphragm, glands, etc. Quite often their are misalignments within the spinal column, called a subluxation. These misalignments cause lack of communication between brain and tissue cell, and tissue cell and brain cell.

    Its the chiropractors objective to remove this interference, so the brain and body can communicate at 100%, and restore your body naturally back to health. Correcting a scoliosis is simply a byproduct of the nervous system working effectively and efficiently. Hope this helps and feel free to ask any questions. 🙂

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