Frequently Asked Questions About Active Release Techniques

Common injuries in the body caused by too much physical activity, accidents, trauma, or stress can alter the normal motions of our muscles and joints, resulting in chronic pain, weakness, and decreased functionality.  Consequently, they can reduce our capacity to...

Different Types of Scoliosis Curves

Scoliosis is characterized by the abnormal curvature of the spine that often manifests before or during adolescence. There are many different types of scoliosis curvature patterns, each with its own particular characteristics and symptoms, but the severity cannot...

Common Questions About Scoliosis Surgery

The medical industry deems surgery a cure for spinal conditions such as scoliosis. However, it poses so many risks and complications that, even if it can cure a person’s condition, it is causing some patients to think twice.  Below are some common questions that...

What Can Families Do for an Idiopathic Scoliosis Patient?

When a person develops a health condition, it affects not only them, but their family as well.  It is hard to see a loved one suffer from a disease, physical abnormality, or illness, especially when that loved one is a child. Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis is a...

Why Is Scoliosis Screening Important?

There are a number of causes for scoliosis including bad posture, injury, neuromuscular and congenital conditions. However, among the common causes of scoliosis is idiopathic scoliosis; or the condition by which the cause is unknown. Idiopathic scoliosis usually...