Scoliosis physiotherapy is recommended as a non-invasive procedure to treat Scoliosis. This spinal condition results in a curve or a deviation in the spine, Detection and follow up is essential to commence an immediate postural program as well as strengthening.Book A Consultation
The signs and symptoms of Scoliosis include:
Scoliosis physiotherapy is advised when the patient experiences unnatural back pain while performing day-to-day tasks. Since this condition is commonly diagnosed in adolescents and in children, please seek advice when your child exhibits any symptoms or experiences any pain potentially related to scoliosis.
Scoliosis can occur secondarily to either postural reasons (muscle imbalance or postural faults) or structural (due to the development process of your spine).
There some common factors that result in scoliosis for most patients:
Scoliosis physiotherapy treatment is a proven and successful remedy for scoliosis. One of the prescribed physiotherapy procedures is the Schroth Method, a form of physiotherapy developed and used to specifically treat scoliosis. The Schroth Method of physiotherapy focuses on strengthening the muscles around the spine, which can help correct or prevent curvature of the spine and improve posture and breathing patterns. Dr. Katharina Schroth created this methodology in the 1920s - most of which are still used to this day.
The methods used for managing scoliosis includes: