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scoliosis treatment (outside of Doctor)

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,671
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:19 AM in Alternative Treatments
I have mild scoliosis and I have gone to Doctor for treatment (with no results). I would like to introduce this blog to anyone that may be interested in researching and implementing self-treatment for scoliosis.

I know that we must obtain the x-ray in order to find out the curve of our spine, and from this point I want to be able to research and do things outside of Chiropractor to correct the curve. After studying the x-ray we should be able to find the exercise and lifestyle changes that will help us correct the scoliosis.

Let me know if you have any comments/thoughts.



  • Hi Greg,

    Exercise is key. I have seen clients of all ages reverse their scoliosis. The technique is called Egoscue. Egoscue is a process which involves a series of stretches and gentle egoscuecises ("e-cises") designed specifically for each client. This process strengthens specific muscles and brings the body back to its proper alignment and functioning the way it was designed—pain free.

    I hope this give you a different idea to alternative treatment. You can help yourself!!


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