I have a few recent success stories about treating adults with scoliosis.
Chiropractic care may not reduce the measure of your scoliosis curve. The shape and alignment of an adult’s bones and ligaments will change only slowly and modestly, at best.
But there are plenty of other ways to see improvement.
You can have less pain and a feeling of more ease and flexibility.
One of the foremost methods I use for adults with scoliosis is NeuroTactile® Therapy. It has a dual action: it loosens up the muscles and ligaments of the spine. At the same time it sends refreshing information back to the brain.
I also typically perform mobilizing and limbering maneuvers for someone with scoliosis. Although you can always stretch and limber your own spine (and you should!) there’s an extra benefit when a skilled practitioner puts your back through a variety of ranges of motion, while simultaneously targeting the tight, resistant spots for extra attention.
In the past few months I’ve had three significant success stories in treating adults with scoliosis. All three were women, ranging in age from their early 50’s to their mid-70’s. Each had scoliosis curves of over forty degrees.
All three sensed right from the first session that something beneficial had shifted. Then I continued to treat each one successfully over a period of a few months, with successively less frequent visits.
If you or someone you know has been looking for a new way to respond to the challenge of scoliosis, please call for an evaluation.