Scoliosis and Spinal Curvatures

Scoliosis and Spinal Curvatures are different variations of the same problem. A spinal curvature is a sideways curvature of the spine. The curvature affects the motion of the vertebra, the spinal joints, the pelvic joints and causes a tremendous mechanical stress on the intervertebral discs.
The spinal discs often become pinched on one side and the vertebra compress the spinal nerves causing pain and altered nerve signals to the organ, tissue or gland that the nerve controls. A spinal curvature is most often acquired through accidents, injuries or trauma.

It can also be generated through repetitive motion or lengthy, repeated abnormal posture such as those experienced in the workplace. Spinal curvatures are progressive in nature and should be treated as soon as possible. SCOLIOSIS is a spinal curvature with the additional problem of vertebral rotation.

This is very treatable with spinal decompression and associated care. Scoliosis is a progressive phenomenon and it should be treated as soon as it is discovered. Thankfully scoliosis surgery is NOT NECESSARY. Scoliosis is treatable without resorting to surgery.

In order to treat scoliosis effectively, the nervous system must be retrained, the spine must be straightened, and the proper curves must be input to the spine. 

This process is completely possible through spinal decompression and additional procedures that we perform at Burlington Spinal Decompression. In fact, we have treated hundreds of patients with scoliosis. Our results are the best in Burlington and we have received the best spinal decompression clinic in Burlington on many occasions.