How to Correct a Scoliosis with Exercises

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A postural scoliosis is caused by an imbalance in musculature between the left and right sides of your back. This imbalance pulls the spine toward the stronger side and creates a deformity of the spine which can cause pain and misalignments in the spine, shoulders, and pelvis.

To correct this problem, the weak side needs to be strengthened.  You also need to assist those muscles by pushing the spine away from the strong muscles.  

Click play on the video below where you'll learn  2 exercises to help correct a scoliosis.

 

 

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Hi! 🙂 My name’s Dr. Guevara and I want to thank you for visiting my page. I’m passionate about health and love helping people attain and maintain their optimal physical condition. Through my knowledge and expertise I’ve been able to help thousands of people get out of pain and my goal is to do the same for you. Connect with me on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.

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Dr. Jose Guevara

Hi! :) My name’s Dr. Guevara and I want to thank you for visiting my page. I’m passionate about health and love helping people attain and maintain their optimal physical condition. Through my knowledge and expertise I’ve been able to help thousands of people get out of pain and my goal is to do the same for you. Connect with me on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.

2 Comments

  • Majd

    Reply Reply December 2, 2015

    In case that we have the same curve which is explained in the video (curve to the left) so we have pain in the right side of the back, then we need to strengthen the right muscle to pull the spine backto straight shape and consequently increase the pain in the right side. Now the question is : what happens if the physiotherapist focus on strengthening the muscle of the left side (which is normally as I understand from the video is the stronger muscle) because he thought strengthening the left muscle would be helpful (to push) the spine back to the right !?
    Thank you, looking back to hearing from you .

  • Noshir Khambatta

    Reply Reply December 24, 2016

    Greetings Dr. Guevara,

    I would much appreciate if you can send me any info on Spinal Lumbar Stenosis,

    any printed information, web sites, exercises or a video made by you for the general public.

    Is Lumbar Stenosis cured without surgery? Are there any good exercises for correcting it?

    Does your office in Atlanta perform surgery to correct spinal stenosis?

    Thanks for your time and efforts to my query.

    Noshir

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