Reduce pain – take your life back
Improve range of motion – have fewer limitations
Get long-lasting spine stability
What the ScoliPAIN Program Is…
- A 5-day treatment program designed to help adult patients suffering from chronic scoliosis-related back, shoulder, or hip pain
- A program of rapid pain reduction and functional improvement to empower adult patients with a long history of scoliosis
- A patient centered and specialized scoliosis exercise approach to scoliosis treatment
- A comprehensive program of targeted exercises for scoliosis, including the use of the patented Scoliosis Activity Suit
The ScoliPAIN™ program is NOT dangerous or risky and is available for adult patients who are skeletally mature, whether they are in college or putting their children through college.
The Goals of the ScoliPAIN Program Are…
- To provide rapid pain relief and functional improvement
- To create a lifestyle habit for continued improvement and stability
- To prevent age and hormone-related declines in bone density and strength
- To stabilize your scoliotic curve
How Does the ScoliPAIN Program Work?
Our Expertly Trained ScoliPAIN Doctors:
- Provide the right tools, specific equipment, training, and personal one-on-one coaching and supervision during exercise for scoliosis.
- Design a treatment program that addresses all aspects of the adult scoliosis deformity, as well as its consequences.
- Use expert skill and experience gently, providing fast pain relief and improved physical function.
- Develop a long-term scoliosis lifestyle plan to further stabilize your spine by using a scoliosis exercise system incorporating specialized, (patent pending) scoliosis exercise equipment, in combination with neuro-muscular support to prevent postural collapse, further degenerative changes, and curve progression.
“ScoliPAIN” Providing Solutions For Patients Who Wish To:
- Improve cosmetic appearance
- Reduce pain
- Improve breathing and function levels
- Avoid the need for endless pain management interventions
There are many potential therapies patients may use when participating in the ScoliPAIN™ program.
Your physician will create a fully customized treatment program that will best suit your individual needs, depending upon several factors. These programs may include:
- Scoliosis canti-LEVER exercises
- Scoliosis Activity Suit
- Automatic Response Training exercises
- Neurotransmitter evaluation
- Scoliosis specific isometric exercises
- External head, shoulder, and hip postural weighting activities
- Proprioceptive balancing tasks
The conventional medical approach to scoliosis treatment for adults has been consistently absent or marginalized. Since the conventional model of scoliosis treatment involves: 1) wait and see; 2) bracing; and 3) surgery, adults do not fit within this neat and clean treatment box. Therefore, adults with scoliosis find themselves with few options, such as pain medications, pain injections, or radical pain management procedures like rhizotomies. However, none of these options actually corrects the cause of chronic back and hip pain. Adults with scoliosis have chronic pain because, well, they have scoliosis! Effective treatment for scoliosis-related pain should obviously be designed to stabilize or reduce the scoliosis, even in the adult patient.
Most medical physicians will tell you that scoliosis cannot be corrected in adult patients, but that’s just simply not true. In a September 2011 study published by Dr. Morningstar, titled, “Outcomes for adult scoliosis patients receiving chiropractic rehabilitation: a 24-month retrospective analysis,” patients in the study demonstrated improvements in their scoliosis, pain, and/or daily function. These results were maintained even two years after the therapy was completed. It is important to state that these improvements were not achieved by treating the pain directly, but by directly treating the underlying scoliosis and improving it. No other study to date has shown this level of result, with this many patients, over as long of a period of time.
Recent studies also suggest that the incidence of scoliosis in peri-menopausal and postmenopausal patients may be as high as 30%. This is compared to an incidence of only 3-5% in adolescent populations. It has been theorized that the reason for this surge in occurrence in adult females may be due to the hormone changes associated with menopause and their effects on bone mineral density and muscle strength. Therefore, it is imperative that adult patients with scoliosis be comprehensively evaluated so that they can be treated as completely as possible.