Scoliosis is seen on Xray as a lateral(side to side) deviation when looking at the spine from front to back or back to front. But this is a two-dimensional view. The reality is that scoliosis is a three-dimensional “coiling” of the spine. The spine rotates and twists.
Scoliosis does not necessarily cause pain when we are young, but it always does as we get older. Scoliosis, no matter how mild, causes an imbalance with bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons, and nerves. The twist of the spine causes irregular pulls and tensions, eventually leading to pain.
With gentle instrument adjustments, we are able to easily reestablish maximum movement and function relieving pain and increasing spinal motion.
Come in today and start feeling better!