Scoliosis Pain Relief
Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine which can cause many pain complications and affect your posture. Whether it’s an injury from work, playing sports, keeping fit or just getting older and not being in the shape we once were, CARESPACE can help.
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Read About Scoliosis
Read the CARESPACE articles below to learn more about scoliosis.
CARESPACE is less than 10-minutes away
Good news – if you’re looking for scoliosis treatment near you and are in the Kitchener Waterloo area, there’s a CARESPACE multidisciplinary clinic less than 10-minutes away (book by selecting a discipline below). And even better, our evidence-based team is driven to get the results you want so you can be your best.
There are many causes of scoliosis
The exact cause of scoliosis is unknown, but there are some suspected possibilities such as bad posture habits, genetics, environmental issues or neuromuscular disorders. It is often diagnosed during growth spurts in teenagers, but adults can also be affected. Treatment includes chiropractic care to reduce inflammation and pain in the back, physiotherapy to strengthen muscles around the spine, and massage therapy to help relieve soreness and tightness.
Get the best treatment to help your scoliosis
We all know that health and wellness is important, but with so many competing priorities, it’s hard to stay on top of it. CARESPACE provides the best treatment options to help heal your scoliosis pain. CARESPACE uses a result-oriented, natural approach to rehabilitation and wellness with your choice of Chiropractic, Massage Therapy and Physiotherapy. CARESPACE practitioners work together to understand both your primary concerns and long-term health goals. Multidisciplinary evidence-based plans are designed to address the root causes and are developed to provide fast and long-lasting relief to ensure you can start living your healthier life today.
What is scoliosis?
Scoliosis is an abnormal curvature of the spine due to a genetic or acquired disorder. It can cause reduced mobility, asymmetrical shoulder blades and ribs, and an uneven waistline if severe enough. In more serious cases, scoliosis can even lead to difficulty breathing, neck and lower back pain. The condition typically appears during childhood or adolescence – the most common age of onset is between 10 and 15 – but it can also affect adults.
What are the symptoms of scoliosis?
Scoliosis is a medical condition that causes the spine to curve and twist, causing pain, discomfort, and effects on posture. There are three main symptoms of scoliosis: uneven shoulders, one hip higher than the other, and a visible curvature or rib hump along the spine. Additionally, scoliosis can cause difficulties with mobility due to limited range of motion in the back, as well as pain and fatigue due to muscle strain caused by an abnormal positioning of the spine. It is important to get checked if you believe you may have any of these symptoms so that proper treatments can be put in place as early as possible.
What are the treatments for scoliosis?
Scoliosis is an imbalance in the spine which can cause difficulty with movement and discomfort. Treatments for scoliosis primarily involve chiropractic adjustments, physiotherapy, and massage therapy. Chiropractic treatments focus on adjusting the spine to bring balance to its structure as well as reduce pain. Physiotherapy helps to provide strength, flexibility and stability through a variety of exercises while massage therapy aids in reducing muscular tension to promote healing.
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Chiropractic, Massage Therapy and Physiotherapy can all be effective for scoliosis. Choose any one of the above. Once the initial assessment has been completed, you will be directed to the discipline and practitioner who will be able to deliver the best results.
Still not sure? Simply give us a call at (519) 208-2273 and we will help find the right therapy for your needs.