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November 16, 2022
Scoliosis Pain: What Causes It, Symptoms, and Pain Relief

Scoliosis ranges widely in severity from mild to severe, and in most cases, the more severe the condition, the more noticeable its symptoms are. When it comes to pain, adults and adolescents...

November 2, 2022
What Kind Of Doctor Treats Scoliosis? [EXPLORED]

While most cases of scoliosis can be treated non-surgically, patients who find themselves on the path of traditional treatment are often funneled towards spinal fusion surgery; CLEAR-certified...

October 19, 2022
Can Scoliosis Be Corrected With Exercise? [ANSWERED]

There was a time when the place of exercise in scoliosis treatment was questioned, but we have since learned that there’s a big difference between general exercise and general physical therapy,...

October 5, 2022
Mild Scoliosis: What Is It? What Are The Treatment Options?

When scoliosis is diagnosed, part of the process involves further classifying aspects of the scoliosis based on important patient and condition variables. Factors such as patient age at diagnosis,...

September 21, 2022
Adult Scoliosis Degrees of Curvature Chart [EXPLAINED]

Scoliosis is a highly-variable condition, which is why the very nature of scoliosis necessitates a customized treatment approach. There are two main scoliosis treatment approaches for patients to...

September 7, 2022
Adolescent Scoliosis Degrees of Curvature Chart [EXPLAINED]

No two cases of scoliosis are the same, which is why there is no clear-cut answer regarding its treatment needs; the very nature of scoliosis necessitates the customization of effective treatment...

August 24, 2022
Lumbar Lordosis: What Is It & What Causes Lumbar Lordosis?

A healthy spine will appear straight when looking at someone from the front and/or back, but take on a soft ‘S’ shape when viewed from the sides; this is because each of the spine’s main...

August 10, 2022
Scoliosis Nutrition & Diet: What Foods Can You Eat?

As a structural condition, effective scoliosis treatment has to, first and foremost, impact the condition on a structural level. When treating the whole patient, this includes diet and lifestyle...

July 29, 2022
E33: Scoliosis Symptoms: How to Know if You Have Scoliosis

In Episode 33, host Heather Rotunda and Dr. Justin discuss scoliosis symptoms and how to know if you have scoliosis. Throughout the episode, you'll...

July 27, 2022
Cervical Instability: Causes, Symptoms, & Treatments

Also known as cervical spine instability, cervical instability can produce a range of symptoms involving the muscles and nerves surrounding the cervical spine, as well as the structure of the...

July 20, 2022
E32: What is Dextroscoliosis?

In Episode 32, host Heather Rotunda and Dr. Justin discuss dextroscoliosis. Throughout the episode, you'll hear: What dextroscoliosis means ...

July 13, 2022
Idiopathic Scoliosis: The Most Common Type Of Scoliosis

When a scoliosis diagnosis is given, part of the assessment process involves further classifying the condition based on important patient and condition variables: age, curvature location, severity,...

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