Adult scoliosis treatment
Types Scoliosis causes the spine to curve to one side. It can affect any part of the spine, but the most common regions are at the level of the chest and the lower back. It often appears in children. In most cases, treatment is not needed, as the curve corrects itself with growth. However, based on the degree of curvature and the age of the child, a combination of bracing and physical therapy is often recommended. A very small number of patients with scoliosis may require surgery.
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Scoliosis: Treatment, symptoms, and causes
Scoliosis What is Scoliosis? Everyone's spine has subtle natural curves. But some people have different curves, side-to-side spinal curves that also twist the spine. This condition is called "scoliosis".
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Adult Scoliosis Correction
Non-Surgical—Bracing Print Story Bracing If you have scoliosis and are still growing, a brace can help halt the progression of your spinal curve. If you have scoliosis with a spinal curve of about 25 to 40 degrees and are still growing, your doctor may recommend that you wear a brace. The purpose of wearing the brace is to keep the curve in your spine from getting worse as you continue to grow; however, it's usually not intended to reduce the amount of curve you already have.
Associated symptoms such as back pain or shortness of breath What are treatment options for spinal deformities? The treatment options for scoliosis fall into three main categories: For adults, observation and physical therapy are for those patients who have mild symptoms and have curves that are not large. Nonoperative treatment Nonoperative treatment, such as bracing, is for curves between 25 and 45 degrees in growing children to prevent further progression of the curve while growth of the spine remains.
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