Scoliosis

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How we can help with your scoliosis treatment

Scoliosis sufferers can benefit from prolonged chiropractic care, which will alleviate the symptoms of this condition.

At Spinal Care Clinics, we gather all of your background information, your lifestyle and the symptoms you’re experiencing.  Then we use this information to identify the source of your pain and provide a tailored scoliosis treatment plan for you.

Your local, friendly scoliosis chiropractor

Our team of expert chiropractors use modern equipment to diagnoseyour health problems.  This includes: Digital X-ray machines, advanced BMI device, digital posture analysis and software to precisely diagnose the root cause of your lower back pain.  We’ll then tailor an effective treatment plan for you using advanced chiropractic techniques using modern equipment such as electric treatment benches, arthrostim devices, activators and blocks.

What would my care involve?

In order to scrutinise the extent of your scoliosis, we’ll measure the length of your legs to determine unevenness as well as performing a range of motion tests that measure your mobility at the waist.  At Spinal Care Clinics, we can recommend a wealth of different treatments, which can help alleviate your symptoms in addition to your chiropractic care.

These treatments include:

  • Sports massage therapy to support the healing process of your muscles and spine

  • Moist heat pads to alleviate back pain and sore or tender muscles

  • Refer for additional support as needed

Putting up with the pain and discomfort could make your condition worse and harder to treat while prolonging recovery.  There is another answer and we can help you to get back to doing the things you love to do.

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What are the symptoms of Scoliosis?

Some of the most common symptoms of scoliosis include:

  • One shoulder being higher than the other

  • One shoulder blade being more prominent than the other

  • One hip being more prominent than the other

  • Leaning to one side

  • Constant back pain

  • Sore and tender muscles

In severe cases of scoliosis, the nervous system can be affected. In these instances, the bones in the spine compress on one or more nerve endings, leading to a series of symptoms, which include:

  • Loss of bladder control

  • Loss of bowel control

  • Numbness or weakness in the legs

Don’t put up with pain, discomfort and loss of mobility a moment longer.

Regaining flexibility, feeling good, as well as living and working pain free are just a few clicks away.

£36 Consultation + X-Ray + Comprehensive Report of Findings plus a free, no obligation, care plan outline, detailing our recommendations for you.