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Scoliosis most often occurs in children just before puberty, and this can cause discomfort and problems in the future, such as back pain. If you believe that your child has scoliosis, you should consider visiting a chiropractor, whose treatment methods focus on proper spinal alignment rather than surgical, or other more invasive, procedures. To find out more about scoliosis and what chiropractic care can do for you or your child, read on below.

What is Scoliosis?

Scoliosis is when there is a curvature in the spine, most often appearing during growth spurts in children before they reach puberty. Although scoliosis is not painful in itself, it can cause other conditions in the future, such as back pain in adults which can become chronic due to the spine’s misalignment. Children with scoliosis may also be more prone to lung and heart damage due to the rib cage pressing against their vital organs, and making it harder for them to breathe or their heart to function properly.

You can notice scoliosis on a visual basis, especially as the condition worsens, and you may see physical changes such as the waist shifting to one side, ribs sticking out, or the hips and shoulders becoming uneven. The symptoms of scoliosis in children also include the spine twisting to one side or rotating, which can make the ribs stick out from the body, and if your child leans to one side. The first symptoms will usually be more noticeable during activities such as sports, and they may hinder play, even though they do not usually cause pain, and you may be able to notice through clothes failing to fit your child correctly.

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Although the cause of scoliosis has not been confirmed through medical research, many scientists agree that the condition is related to genetics. Your child is more likely to get the condition if:

  • You have a history of neuromuscular conditions such as cerebral palsy or muscular dystrophy in your family,
  • You have a history of congenital disabilities that affect the spinal area
  • Or if there has been infections or injuries to the spine during childhood.

Not only does the condition run in families, but girls are more likely to have the condition.

There are a few different types of scoliosis which may affect your child, and these include early on-set scoliosis, when the symptoms develop before puberty, with some children presenting visible symptoms at birth.

Other types include congenital scoliosis, which occurs at birth, degenerative scoliosis, when the condition worsens as you grow older, and neuromuscular scoliosis, which is when the condition is caused by another medical condition such as cerebral palsy. The most common type is adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, which is when the condition develops naturally and includes a curvature of the spine during growth throughout puberty.

Can a Chiropractor Help With Scoliosis?

Chiropractors can help you or your child to find the correct treatment for scoliosis as their practices focus on proper spinal alignment, meaning that they can adjust your spine to its correct position and right the curvature that is one of the main issues of the condition. They can also help to correct other displacements through their hands-on adjustments. They can also help to stop further spinal problems which may occur due to you or your child’s condition through their practices.

In scoliosis treatment chiropractic, hands-on techniques are used to adjust the alignment of the body, alongside other natural practices such as lifestyle changes and massage. This allows people suffering from a number of conditions to find treatment without the need for invasive surgeries or medication which can disrupt their lifestyles.

Although chiropractic care cannot cure scoliosis, its methods can help to reduce the impact of the condition and increase the mobility of the joints to stop them from becoming painful or causing other complications as your child grows older. These methods can also be used in support of other treatments such as a supportive brace to help minimize the pain your child experiences and even stop the condition from becoming worse over time, which is of particular importance in degenerative scoliosis. Not only this, but patients with scoliosis often have poor posture, and the right chiropractic treatments can also help to improve this.

If you are searching for a scoliosis chiropractor near you who will be able to give you their professional advice and insight on how your condition can be improved with chiropractic care, visit a SnapCrack location near you today! Find out more by discovering the services we have on offer and the health benefits that they provide.

Scoliosis can be a limiting condition as your child grows older since it can affect mobility and can cause back pain if the right treatment is not found. However, chiropractic adjustments can help to improve your pain and discomfort caused by scoliosis.

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