When you choose scoliosis treatment with Dr. Sid, Co-Founder of ScoliSMART Clinics NY, you are choosing an expert in the field of non-invasive scoliosis diagnosis, treatment and management. ScoliSMART® Clinics – New York offers a unique and personalized treatment experience. Our revolutionary, patient-centered, comprehensive scoliosis system is the brainchild of our ScoliSMART Doctors 50 years+ combined clinical experience working directly with scoliosis patients of all age groups. ScoliSMART Clinics – New York proudly offers the following exercise based program and nutritional supplementation to support your goals and needs.
 Reduce and stabilize scoliotic curve/halt curve progression
 Improve function and cosmetic appearance
 Eliminate the need for invasive hard bracing or surgery
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ScoliSMART™ exercise is the first scoliosis treatment approach that uses nutritional support principles in combination with both static and dynamic Auto Response Training equipment.

Recent clinical studies have shown that certain neuro-transmitter imbalances are commonly found in scoliosis patients. These neurotransmitters are directly related to your spine’s reflex control mechanism, which affects your spine’s alignment. Our doctors test these neurotransmitters and provide supplementation to support, rebalance, and prevent spinal fatigue during exercises. Neurotransmitter monitoring in combination with Auto Response Training create a unique environment for positively influencing these spine reflexes and reducing your scoliosis. Auto Response Training is performed using specialized equipment such as the TorsoTrainer™, Scoliosis Cantilever™ and the patented Scoliosis Activity Suit™.

ScoliSMART™ exercises focus on your spines reflexes and subconscious brain control. Like the beating of our heart, the alignment of our spinal column is controlled by your brain. Like your heart beat, your spinal alignment cannot be directly controlled by you. You can, however, indirectly influence this control mechanism by causing a reaction. Our doctors use exercise equipment, to engage the muscles supporting your spine’s alignment. This equipment influences how the brain contracts your spine’s deep muscle layers, the layers controlling alignment of your spine. You do not “think” about which muscle to contract, rather your spine’s natural righting reflexes automatically do it for you. This is known as Auto Response Training. For example, if you were to run up a flight of stairs your heart would automatically increase its rate in order to produce more blood flow. It is an autonomic reflex that increased the heart rate; we use this same principal to cause your spinal reflexes to react causing more symmetrical muscle firing resulting in a straighter spine.

A 10-day moderate intensity scoliosis exercise program addressing idiopathic scoliosis starting at 25°. The main goal of this program is to properly determine the type of curvature, risk of progression, and long-term prognosis utilizing ScoliSMART™ exercises. This program is effective at slowing or stopping progression, reducing existing curvature, and stabilizing the spine.

A dynamic exercise program used in combination with outpatient care. The Scoliosis Activity Suit is designed to work with the natural torque of human locomotion.

Our doctors provide supplementation to address neuro-transmitter imbalances in order to support, rebalance, and prevent spinal fatigue during ScoliSMART exercises.

Avoid surgery and decrease spine curvature.

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Speak personally to Dr. Sid regarding your Scoliosis concerns and goals. If it appears that you may benefit from our ScoliSMART Solutions, we will be happy to schedule you for a complimentary Phone/ SKYPE consultation.

What are neurotransmitters?
Neurotransmitters are chemicals used by our brain to communicate with the rest of the body. To use an analogy, our nervous system is similar to a long stretch of roads and highways. Along various roads we come to a traffic light. These ‘intersections’ or junctions use neurotransmitters to allow nerve communication to continue on down the road, similar to the way a green light allows traffic through, and red tells it to stop. If there aren’t enough ‘green light’ neurotransmitters, the brain cannot effectively communicate with the rest of the body,
thus contributing to neurological symptoms.
How are neurotransmitters checked?
ScoliSMART™ clinics utilize urinalysis testing to look for direct measures of neurotransmitters. Urinalysis is an easy, noninvasive means of collecting this information. A single morning collection of urine is enough to evaluate the most common neurotransmitters.
How are neurotransmitter problems treated?
Since neurotransmitters are created from amino acids, and metabolized by various enzymes, neurotransmitter imbalances can typically be corrected by individualized amino acid and/or enzyme supplementation. Once neurotransmitter imbalances are corrected via supplementation, ongoing maintenance can often be achieved by dietary modification, thus introducing food choices that are rich in specific amino acids or enzymes.
How do neurotransmitter imbalances relate to scoliosis?
Preliminary research suggests that specific neurotransmitter deficiencies may contribute to the development or progression of idiopathic scoliosis. Some neurotransmitters are vital for the maintenance of normal postural control. Therefore, if those neurotransmitters are out of balance, postural control suffers, and therefore may create an environment favorable to the development of scoliosis, or the progression of an existing scoliosis. It is also important to restore normal neurotransmitter levels so that patients may improve their ability to participate in exercise-based scoliosis programs. Since ScoliSMART™ exercises require repetitive stimulation of postural control centers, having normal neurotransmitter levels may help scoliosis patientsget better results from their specifically prescribed ScoliSMART™ exercises.
Is neurotransmitter testing covered by my insurance?
Yes, typically most insurance companies provide for neurotransmitter testing. However, Pharmasan Labs is an out-of-network lab. Please check with your insurance company to ensure out-of-network labs are a covered benefit. Also, for those who are underinsured/uninsured, Pharmasan Labs offers a very reasonable PrePay cash price to run the test.