Sometimes pain can be so excruciating that it hinders a person’s ability to perform normal activities.  When a person experiences that level of pain, it can be difficult to do even the most ordinary of tasks, such as bending and walking.

Scoliosis is a spinal condition that frequently results in chronic pain. The abnormal curvature of the spine places more pressure on the surrounding muscles and tissues in the spinal cord, and pain then ensues. Although younger patients with scoliosis rarely experience much pain, it gradually intensifies in later years if left untreated. This means that patients who are diagnosed with scoliosis at an early age must begin scoliosis treatments immediately to prevent the condition from worsening.

Dealing with pain can be a tough and ongoing task when it interferes with your daily activities.  So, it’s important to find ways to manage your scoliosis pain, so you can maintain as normal a life as possible.  Fortunately, there are several ways you can do that.

One of the best ways to manage your pain is through chiropractic treatment.  Through various techniques, a chiropractor can minimize the pain brought by scoliosis and eventually bring back the normal alignment of the spine.  Chiropractic involves several different treatments that are non-surgical and non-invasive and usually involve exercise, spinal manipulation, and massage.

Another way to manage scoliosis pain is through stretching exercises. Stretching routines can help prevent the curvature of the spine from getting worse while also making the muscles and the spinal column more flexible for movement.  They also help improve a person’s physical posture, which can do a lot to reduce pain.

And, finally, having a good nutritional program will help lessen the manifestation of scoliosis symptoms, including pain.  Nutritional programs for scoliosis involves a healthy diet as well as consuming foods that are high in vitamins and minerals that strengthen muscles, tissues, and bones in the body.

-Dr Sid
Esprit Wellness
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