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December 1, 2021
How To Sleep With Scoliosis: Sleeping With Scoliosis

Everyone needs sleep to reset, rejuvenate, and restore. For people facing the additional challenge of life with scoliosis, it’s particularly important to develop healthy sleep habits so the body...

October 6, 2021
Levoconvex Scoliosis: Causes, Symptoms, & Treatment

When scoliosis is diagnosed, it’s further classified based on a number of important patient and condition characteristics. While most scoliotic curves bend to the right, away from the heart, they...

September 22, 2021
Dextroscoliosis: What Is It? Causes, Symptoms, & Treatment

There are many different types of scoliosis, based on causation, and there are also different curvature patterns. Scoliosis can develop anywhere along the spine, although the thoracic spine is the...

September 8, 2021
Scoliosis Exercises: What Exercises Should You Do & Avoid

General exercise can improve a patient’s overall health, but can’t impact scoliosis on a structural level; scoliosis-specific exercises (SSEs) have corrective potential, especially when combined...

August 25, 2021
What Is Severe Scoliosis? Diagnosis, Symptoms, and Treatment

Every case of scoliosis is unique and will affect patients differently. Variables like patient age and condition severity help shape a person's experience of life with the condition. Treatment plans...

August 11, 2021
What Is Moderate Scoliosis? Diagnosis, Symptoms & Treatment

As a progressive condition, scoliosis has it in its nature to get worse over time, especially if left untreated, or not treated proactively. Scoliosis is not a static condition; if a patient is...

July 28, 2021
What Is Mild Scoliosis? Diagnosis, Symptoms, and Treatment

Just as there are different types of scoliosis that can develop, there are also different severity levels; these levels range from mild to severe and are classified based on the size of the abnormal...

July 14, 2021
Should I See a Chiropractor? 2 Signs You Should Visit One

When it comes to the spine, being proactive is important not only because there are a number of spinal conditions a person can develop, but also because some of those conditions are progressive, and...

July 6, 2021
E23: Lower Back Pain, and How It Relates to Scoliosis

Throughout Episode 23, Ashley Brewer and Dr. Alex meet to discuss lower back pain and how it relates to scoliosis. Lower back pain is one of the most common reasons employees miss work, so it...

June 30, 2021
Adult Scoliosis Bracing: How Bracing For Adults Is Different

While most people think of scoliosis as most commonly affecting children and adolescents, scientific studies reveal that adults are more likely to develop the progressive spinal condition. Treatment...

June 21, 2021
E22: What Are the Best Exercise Programs for Scoliosis?

In Episode 22, Ashley Brewer meets with Dr. Andrew Strauss to answer the question what are the best exercise programs for scoliosis? Whether you are looking for scoliosis-specific exercises that will...

June 16, 2021
Lower Back Pain and How it Relates to Scoliosis [ANSWERED]

Each case of scoliosis is as unique as the patients themselves. There are a number of important patient and condition variables that come into play when diagnosing and classifying a condition, and...

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