Scoliosis

Best Foods To Eat To Avoid Progression Of Scoliosis

Scoliosis is a condition in which the spine is curved sideways, either to the right or the left side. Any curvature in the spine that measure more than 10 degrees can be considered as scoliosis. The curved are also described often as S-shaped or C-shaped. It can be in any part of the spine but […]

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How Can Yoga Help With Scoliosis Treatment?

Scoliosis is a condition in which the spine forms S or C shaped curve from the sides of the back, with the spine turning towards the concave side of the curve. The rib cage is also rotated, protruding from the convex side.  The term scoliosis comes from the Greek word of Skol, which literally means […]

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Best Pain Management Tips For Scoliosis Patients

The spine-damaging disease, scoliosis, can prove to be a life-time problem for some patients. Although most cases of the disease are minor, some patients suffer from chronic pain, primarily in the back and hips. The frequency of the pain can be either regular or occasional, depending on the patient’s condition.. The degree of the pain […]

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How Do Cold Weather Conditions Affect Scoliosis?

As the summers are coming to an end and autumn is approaching, the weather is getting cooler. Most people suffering from joint pains, arthritis and scoliosis usually complain that their pain amplifies during cold weather. Although no precise scientific study or research provides satisfying evidence regarding the correlation between scoliosis pain and weather changes, the […]

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How To Identify Early Signs of Scoliosis in Children

Scoliosis is a spinal-disorder in which the patient’s spine, or backbone, suffers from a sideways curvature. The disease affects approximately 3% of the population. In young children, scoliosis can be difficult to identify early on, as their spinal cord isn’t fully developed. The types of this disease include congenital, neuromuscular, syndromic and idiopathic.  In the […]

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Scoliosis in Teens

  Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS) is the most common type of scoliosis seen in children between ages 10 to 15 years old. In fact, 3 out 100 adolescents suffer from AIS. People with scoliosis may have a back that curves to the side like an “S” or “C”. Mild curves generally do not cause problems […]

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Helping your teen cope with their disease

Medical diseases affect millions on a daily basis and children are not exempt from this either. When a child would get ill or sick, parents find that it’s hard to know how to deal with it, especially when they have done their best to protect their child. In truth, when teens face a disease, whether […]

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