Scoliosis is one of the more severe types of misalignment patterns that might not result in immediate pain, but can result in long term pain.


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Signs of scoliosis

Scoliosis is defined an abnormal side curvature of the spine when viewed from behind.  Signs of scoliosis include:

  • One shoulder blade sticking out
  • Uneven shoulder height
  • Head not centered 
  • Body shifting to one side
  • Uneven hip height
  • Greater space between one arm and the body on one side
Viewed from behind, your spine should be straight and your pelvis should be level. 
Interference to the nervous system is why scoliosis is so serious. Beyond postural abnormalities, the stress on the nervous system can result in long term damage to your associated organs.

Early detection is critical

As with most types of health problems, the earlier we can catch scoliosis the better the outcome.

Catching a spinal distortion like scoliosis at a young enough age can greatly help in complete correction of the misalignment. Many types of scoliosis are reversible if caught early enough and addressed properly.

For difficult cases, the goal may be to stop the misalignment from worsening, and to improve as much function in the spinal region as possible. This can still lead to a major improvement in the person’s health.

Surgery for scoliosis is typically painful, scarring, and unfortunately could result in nerve damage.

Benefits of adjustments

Gaining proper spinal function helps with:
  • Correcting the misalignment and stopping it from worsening 
  • Decreasing nerve interference
  • Promoting healing of soft tissue around the spine

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