Living Naturally with Scoliosis

People with scoliosis, both young and old, often have a tough time dealing with their condition. The thought of having an irregular curve in their spinal column can make them self-conscious around other people, and in addition to the physical deformity, symptoms like...

Scoliosis and Pregnancy

Many women with scoliosis believe that they will never be able to become pregnant. They worry that the abnormal curvature of their spine will be inherited by the baby or initiate birth defects and that the pregnancy may worsen their own scoliosis condition.  Such...

Managing Scoliosis Pain

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...

How Exercise Helps Scoliosis

Exercise is a great way to stay healthy and in good shape, and most people are encouraged to exercise frequently to keep their bodies functioning properly. But, is that advice also good for people with scoliosis? While exercise may not be a primary cure for scoliosis,...

Avoid Scoliosis Surgery with Alternative Treatments

For parents who have children with scoliosis, the abnormal curvature of their spine has long caused worry. The truth is that scoliosis can do more than cause a physical deformity; it can also cause health problems and physical back pain and, most importantly, hinder...