Scoliosis Treatment

Nutritional Testing

The chemicals your brain uses to talk with the rest of your body are called neurotransmitters. We test neurotransmitters for imbalances that contribute to the development or progression of idiopathic scoliosis. Imbalances can be corrected with supplements and dietary changes. Normal neurotransmitter levels help your child benefit from ScoliSMART™ exercises. If a scoliosis brace has

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Choosing the Right Scoliosis Treatment for Your Child

Making the right scoliosis treatment decisions is difficult for you and your child—especially if you’re not presented with all the options. You deserve to know that scoliosis is not simply physical. Treatment shouldn’t be, either. The Society of Scoliosis Orthopedic Rehabilitative Treatment (SOSORT) says there are many factors more important than correcting a Cobb angle.

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How Nutritional Support Boosts Treatment

European research is connecting scoliosis to low levels of certain hormones and the brain not responding to these hormones. These hormones include leptin, melatonin, calmodulin, serotonin and growth hormones. Understanding how the brain communicates with itself and parts of the body helps explain this miscommunication. Nerve pathways are like city streets with junctions similar to

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Scoliosis Treatment: Recent Improvements & Alternative Options

Spinal fusion surgery for scoliosis also has a long history of complication and failure. The surgery has advanced and yet two thirds of patients have complications. A scoliosis curve isn’t life-threatening and people with a curve often live without pain. American Family Physician has stated that “there is no difference in the prevalence of back

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Early Intervention and Neuromuscular Retraining Key for Best Outcomes

Early Intervention and Neuromuscular Retraining Key for Best Outcomes Braces, surgery and observation until a curve measures over 20 degrees are the three most common scoliosis treatments, yet none of these actually stabilizes or reduces the condition. Muscle retraining, genetic testing and nutritional support are more recent treatment options that provide measurable, long-term results. So

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