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How is Chiropractic BioPhysics Effective for Scoliosis Treatment

When a person has scoliosis, it means their spine is abnormally bent into an s-shape when viewed from behind. This gives the illusion that their back appears to be curved. This condition usually happens gradually and gets worse over time. People with scoliosis often have trouble with pain and stiffness in their back as well as difficulty standing up straight or breathing properly.

Given that the spine houses and controls the nervous system, it’s integral to the body. If the spine is misshapen, then there’s a possibility that the nervous system won’t function optimally. This interference can impact many of the body’s important processes – like digestion and thinking clearly – if left unchecked. Additionally, spines that are misshapen often cause problems with mobility and flexibility.

Chiropractic Care and Scoliosis Can Provide a Resolution to Pain and Discomfort

The spine is the body’s core, and when it becomes deformed (as in scoliosis), the whole structure suffers. Misalignment in shoulders, hips, pelvis, knees…and all the way down to where your ankles and feet touch the ground is an example of this.

The spine is the mechanism that integrates all of these connections in the human body, and when they are misaligned, the parts of the body become imbalanced in proportion. If they don’t appear to be out of balance visibly, one shoulder is higher than the other, the pelvis is tilted, or one leg appears shorter than the other, it implies that there’s something wrong with how your body compensates.

Scoliosis is generally discovered in children between the ages of seven and ten. Public schools provide scoliosis screening for teenagers to detect scoliosis early and implement preventative or therapeutic measures before the bones and joints harden in adulthood.

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Conditions Treated with Chiropractic BioPhysics®

  • Back Pain

  • Neck Pain

  • Migraines

  • Headaches

  • Joint Pain

  • Shoulder Pain

  • Poor Posture

  • Kyphosis

  • Sciatica Pain

  • Scoliosis

  • Acid Reflux / GERD

  • Asthma

  • Digestive Issues

  • Fatigue

  • Fibromyalgia

Adulthood Scoliosis
+ Chiropractic Care

Untreated scoliosis continues into adulthood, and while it may be impossible to completely correct it in some cases, there are treatments available. While therapy might be more time-consuming and complex, there are still choices. Working with Dr. Katalina Dean at The Scoliosis Center of Utah is a great place to start when planning your treatment since each situation is unique.

Here at the Scoliosis Center of Utah, we provide treatments that fit all ages and stages of life. Whether you or a family member was recently diagnosed with scoliosis or has been living with the condition most of your life, there are several options available to make everyday activities more comfortable.

When the body is out of balance and crucial parts like the shoulders, hips, knees, or other elements are titled or not aligned correctly because of scoliosis, it can become painful and difficult to move around. Scoliosis may also cause problems with how the nervous system functions when the spine is misaligned which digests organs properly.

The enteric nervous system is the name for the nerves that run throughout your digestive tract. They connect to your spine, so a misalignment in your spine can cause issues with these nerves. If they become pinched, inflamed, or weakened over time, it might lead to problems with digestion including diarrhea, constipation, nausea, and acid reflux. Your spinal and nervous systems also have a hand in many additional bodily processes beyond simply aiding digestion.

People with scoliosis or other spinal problems often feel fatigued, irritable, and experience neck and back pain. They tend to have poor posture, can’t stand for long periods comfortably, and find it difficult to move their bodies freely.

Having scoliosis or spinal misalignment can be extremely painful and very difficult to live with. Some people, however, report no pain from scoliosis. Instead, they feel that their posture has been damaged, flexibility and mobility have decreased, so it would be better to correct the spine imbalance.

Pain / Discomfort
+ Spinal Alignment

Are you suffering with pain and discomfort? If so contact us at Scoliosis Center of Utah, and find out what we have to provide to help you get your spine back in proper alignment. All treatments start with an in-depth review of your health history, digital x-rays, and postural assessment. Our goal is to first understand the source of the problem, before we can fix it. This allows for more accurate treatment overall.

Best Scoliosis Treatment in Midvale, Utah

Dr. Katalina Dean will learn everything there is to know about your body and its requirements before determining whether you are qualified for therapy at the Scoliosis Center of Utah. All treatments given at our facility are non-invasive. To aid in spine correction, we employ a variety of approaches and medications.

The aim of our therapy is to restore your spine’s normal alignment, depending on your specific requirements. We customize each person’s treatment because we realize that health is never “one size fits all.” Every individual is different due to age, flexibility, weight, and lifestyle choices.

It’s now or never to book your first consultation if you’re ready to discover what customized therapy solution we have for you. You are close to the Scoliosis Center of Utah if you live in or near Midvale, Utah. Get started on booking your first chiropractic and scoliosis treatment session in Midvale, Utah, by contacting us now!

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Scoliosis Center of Utah

613 E. Fort Union Blvd.
Midvale, Utah 84047

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