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Understanding Scoliosis Pain Management

Scoliosis is a condition where the spine develops a sideways curvature, usually in an "S" or "C" shape. For the most part, the cause of scoliosis is unknown. What we do know its signs typically emerge during the growth spurts that take place before and during puberty. However, scoliosis can occur at any age, and it is more common in girls than in boys. Here at Advanced Chiropractic Wellness Center in Frankfort, IL, we help manage and treat the pain.


Symptoms/Pain Commonly Associated With Scoliosis

Most scoliosis cases are mild but sometimes deformities in the spine become severe and create pain. Other physical and pain symptoms associated with scoliosis are:

  • Spine appears crooked
  • Uneven shoulders or waist
  • Head appears misaligned on the neck
  • Rib sticks out on one side
  • One shoulder appears more prominently
  • Hips sit at an angle
  • Stiffness and low back pain
  • Fatigue

If scoliosis becomes severe, other bodily changes, including lung issues, can emerge. You don't want to ignore symptoms of scoliosis because you can benefit from early treatment.

Reasons You are Experiencing Scoliosis Back Pain

Scoliosis back pain usually occurs due to the pressure on the spinal disks. Joints also may cause pain because this condition can create inflammation as pressure is put on the body, Additionally, due to the spine's curvature, the nerves can become stretched or irritated, becoming another source of pain.

How Chiropractic Care Can Help You Treat and Manage the Pain

If you notice any symptoms of scoliosis or feel back pain, it's a good idea to come in to see a chiropractor for a consult. Most mild symptoms quietly progress and can go unnoticed. Your chiropractor in Frankfort can assess the situation and adjust your body to ensure your overall spine and neck is in optimal health. Call us today to learn how our chiropractic care treatment can relieve your symptoms and help you to feel better. You don't want to ignore symptoms of scoliosis because you can benefit from early treatment.


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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I had pain in my right shoulder that went down my entire right arm and then started to go across my back to my left shoulder, ... I could not lift my right arm to drive the car, I could not sleep. It hurt for over a year. Now I have almost complete range of motion. I can do things I fogot I had stopped doing . I can raise my arm above my head. I can hold things in my right hand. I can sleep thru the night without any pain. For over a year I had the pain so it didn't go away over night but its so much better. I will be eternally grateful to Dr. Stratton."
    Susan L.