How ScoliBrace® Can Help Resolve Visibly Imbalanced Posture Caused by Scoliosis

How ScoliBrace® Can Help Resolve Visibly Imbalanced Posture Caused by Scoliosis

Scoliosis is a medical condition in which the spine curves sideways, causing an imbalance in the body’s overall alignment. The condition is often characterized by visibly imbalanced posture, where one shoulder or one hip appears higher than the other. This can cause difficulty in performing some athletic or exercise movements, and may also lead to chronic back pain. If you or someone you love is experiencing visibly imbalanced posture due to scoliosis, you’re in the right place. Chiropractic BioPhysics® and the ScoliBrace® system at The Scoliosis Center of Utah can help you resolve your scoliosis and imbalanced posture, allowing you to live your healthiest, most mobile and flexible life.

What is scoliosis?

Scoliosis, a condition in which the spine curves abnormally to the side, can affect people of all ages, genders, and backgrounds. In many cases, an abnormal curvature can lead to visibly imbalanced posture where one shoulder or hip appears higher than the other. Scoliosis can also cause difficulty in athletic and exercise abilities, making it difficult to live an active lifestyle.

Can scoliosis cause pain?

Yes, scoliosis can cause pain and discomfort, although it varies from person to person. While some individuals with scoliosis experience no discomfort, others may have back pain or neck pain, and in severe cases, chest pain due to pressure on the lungs and heart. The pain can result from the abnormal spinal curvature itself or from the strain it puts on muscles and other soft tissues. It’s important to seek treatment if scoliosis is suspected or if existing scoliosis-related pain worsens.

At The Scoliosis Center of Utah, Dr. Katalina Dean has helped countless patients through the use of the ScoliBrace® system. This innovative treatment has helped resolve scoliosis and imbalanced posture for many people, allowing them to live healthier, more mobile, and flexible lives.

How can scoliosis affect my posture?

Scoliosis can negatively affect your posture in a number of ways. When the spine curves sideways, it can cause one shoulder to be higher than the other, which can cause an imbalance in the body’s overall alignment. This can lead to chronic back pain and difficulty in performing certain exercises or athletic activities. Additionally, the curve in the spine can cause the ribs to twist, leading to a visible hump on the back that can be noticeable.

Because scoliosis can negatively affect the posture of those who suffer from it, it often leads to issues such as one shoulder being higher than the other, a high hip, and an uneven waistline. This, in turn, can lead to issues with mobility and flexibility, particularly when it comes to exercising or participating in athletic activities. Additionally, imbalanced posture can lead to other health problems such as back pain, headaches, and even breathing difficulties.

How can Chiropractic BioPhysics® treat scoliosis?

Chiropractic BioPhysics® is a non-invasive, drug-free treatment approach that focuses on correcting the underlying cause of scoliosis. Instead of simply treating the symptoms of the condition, this approach works to resolve the root cause of the problem. The ScoliBrace® system can be added as an integral part of this approach, providing a custom-made orthotic brace that can help align the spine and correct the curvature over time.

Chiropractic BioPhysics® (CBP) treats scoliosis by correcting spinal alignment and improving posture. This approach goes beyond the simple treatment of symptoms, addressing the root cause of the problem – the abnormal spinal curvature.

In CBP, a detailed analysis of the patient’s spine is conducted using advanced imaging techniques. The collected data is then used to create a personalized treatment plan that includes specific chiropractic adjustments, exercises, and traction.

The mirror-image™ adjustments are designed to correct misaligned vertebrae, which can help alleviate pain and discomfort associated with scoliosis. The exercises strengthen and stabilize the muscles supporting the spine, promoting better posture and spinal alignment. Traction, on the other hand, involves the use of weights, pulleys, and straps to gently decompress the spine and correct its shape.

Over time, these combined efforts can lead to significant improvements in spinal curvature, reducing the symptoms of scoliosis and enhancing overall spinal health. It’s important to note that the effectiveness of CBP can vary depending on the severity of the scoliosis and the individual patient’s response to treatment.

If you are experiencing visibly imbalanced posture as a result of scoliosis, Chiropractic BioPhysics® and the ScoliBrace® system may be able to help. By addressing the root cause of the problem, these non-invasive, drug-free approaches can help improve postural balance while also alleviating chronic back pain.

How can the ScoliBrace® system treat scoliosis?

The ScoliBrace® system is designed to be customized to each patient’s unique needs. The brace is manufactured using CAD/CAM technology, which allows for a precise fit that is tailored to the unique shape of the patient’s spine, providing an over-correction effect that moves joints like braces on teeth. The brace is worn for several hours each day, gradually correcting the curvature of the spine over time. This process is monitored by Dr. Katalina Dean, who has been specifically trained in the ScoliBrace® system.

By correcting the curvature of the spine, the ScoliBrace® system can help improve postural balance and eliminate the visible signs of scoliosis. This can lead to a reduction in chronic back pain and an improvement in athletic abilities. Additionally, the system can help prevent the curve in the spine from worsening over time, potentially avoiding the need for surgical intervention.

Is it worth it to get scoliosis treated?

Treating scoliosis is absolutely worth it, not only for immediate pain relief and improved mobility, but also for the long-term health and quality of life benefits. Scoliosis, a condition characterized by an abnormal curvature of the spine, can lead to severe discomfort, reduced physical function, and even impact lung and heart health if left untreated. Therefore, addressing this condition proactively can prevent further progression and associated complications.

As aforementioned, two highly effective and non-invasive methods of scoliosis treatment are Chiropractic BioPhysics® (CBP) and the use of a ScoliBrace®. CBP involves targeted spinal adjustments and spinal traction to improve spinal alignment and reduce discomfort. This approach not only helps alleviate pain but also enhances overall spinal health and function. On the other hand, a ScoliBrace® is a custom-designed orthopedic brace that aids in correcting spinal curvature. The brace works by guiding the body and spine into a posture that is the opposite of how the scoliosis is shaped (over-correction), thereby reducing the curve and associated symptoms.

Together, these treatments offer a comprehensive approach to managing scoliosis, improving quality of life, and preventing future health issues related to spinal misalignment.

Scoliosis and Posture Correction in Midvale, UT

The ScoliBrace® system, coupled with Chiropractic BioPhysics®, can help you to resolve your scoliosis and imbalanced posture struggles. Through the use of this innovative treatment, you can treat the pain and discomfort associated with scoliosis and maintain good spinal health and posture. Book a consultation with Dr. Katalina Dean at The Scoliosis Center of Utah today and start your journey towards a healthier, more mobile, and flexible life.

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Scoliosis Center of Utah

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